JingMei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park / 景美人權文化園區.

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The story of the JingMei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park (景美人權文化園區) is a bitter one to tell – we would have to pick at wounds that are long and deep, collected over the years of our progress into democracy. We spent a solemn afternoon in the museum grounds, trying to get a better grasp of those dark times than our history textbooks will ever tell us.

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12 comments on “JingMei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park / 景美人權文化園區.

  1. what an amazing museum… it looks so realistic in the way that recreates some of the routines and things that used to go on in those times..
    wonderful captures, my dear Katie!

  2. Thank you for the backlink to my 2010 blog report. Now that some time has passed, I am glad that my worst fears from back then were unfounded, and under the new administrations, the depiction of history has not been tampered with too much. Still a fascinating (albeit depressing) place.

    1. Hi Klaus! Thank you for writing that piece – I read it before I visited the museum and then read it again when I was preparing this post. I am both proud and embarrassed that you care so much more about the preservation of our history than the average Taiwanese. I honestly couldn’t thank you enough. :)

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