Taiwan Memorial Restores Name Of Former Dictator

From Reuters:

A landmark Taiwan memorial hall built in the name of has restored the former dictator’s name to its title after a political to-and-fro over the image the island wants to project.

President Ma Ying-jeou of the Nationalist Party (KMT), which once ruled all China with an iron grip with Chiang at the helm, cancelled the new name “Taiwan Memorial Hall” and changed signs around the Taipei memorial.

The previous government of Chen Shui-bian had embarked on a campaign to erase Chiang’s ever-present image and close what it called a repressive chapter in Taiwan history.


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