Taiwan Revisits Chiang Kai-shek – Spero News

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Taiwan removed Chiang Kai Shek‘s statue from its military police headquarters, angering the Kuomingtang Party. Chiang’s legacy of oppression and violence is being re-examined.

On February 5, the Military Police Headquarters in Taipei removed Chiang’s statue from its premises. Similarly, DPP President Yu Shyi-kun today presented a proposal to remove honor guards from ’s mausoleum at the Tzuhu Presidential Burial Place, handing responsibility for the upkeep of the tomb to the late dictator’s family.

A group of DPP MPs also said they would press for the name of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei to be changed to Taiwan Memorial Hall.[Full Text]

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