JING-MEI WHITE TERROR MEMORIAL PARK
  • +886-2-22182438
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  • Tue thru Sun, 9:00am to 17:00pm
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  • Free
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  • No.131, Fuxing Rd. Xindian Dist., New Taipei City 23150, Taiwan (R.O.C)
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Next to Xiulang Bridge, Xindian, the site used to be the Military Justice Academy campus; and later became the location of security agencies’ detention center and military courts. During the White Terror period, political prisoners were detained, prosecuted, tried and imprisoned here. The Formosa Magazine Incident trial of 1980 was held in the First Court.

The Ren-Ai Building was where political prisoners were detained and the First Court and the Military Court were where they were tried. Exhibitions in the barracks can offer visitors a glimpse of life during the White Terror period, while in the Ren-Ai Building visitors can explore the states of mind of political prisoners with the help of different themes.

Regular guided tours
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  • 2 sessions a day
    10:30am, 14:30pm

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  • Reservations for groups of 10 or more
    +886-02-8219-2692(Please make reservations one day in advance)

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Green Island White Terror Memorial Park
  • +886-89-671095
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  • Mon thru Sun, 9:00am to 17:00pm
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  • Free
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  • No.20, Jiangjunyan, Green Island Township, Taitung County 95142, Taiwan (R.O.C)

The 32-hectare plot in the northeast corner of the Green Island, isolated on the sea, was Vagrants Shelter during Japanese colonial rule; and it became a major prison in the White Terror period immediately after the ROC government moved to Taiwan in 1949. New Life Correction Center and Oasis Villa were set to confine political prisoners. When martial law was lifted, it was became Green Island Prison under the Ministry of Justice and then the military’s moral training center for offenders.

Green Island White Terror Memorial Park used to be a prison for political prisoners. This past makes it a “negative tourism” site that induces reflection on human values. Visiting this park, people from home and abroad enjoy its natural setting, but witness Taiwan’s hard road to democracy as well.

Regular guided tours
  • May to Sep: 8 sessions a day
    10:30am, 14:30pm (every hour at half past the hour)
    14:00pm~17:00pm (every hour on the hour)

  • Oct to Apr: 6 sessions a day
    08:30am~10:30am (every hour at half past the hour)
    14:00pm~16:00pm (every hour on the hour)

  • Reservations for groups of 10 or more +886-89-671-095
    14:00pm~16:00pm (every hour at half past the hour)
    *Please make reservations one day in advance

影音紀錄

Introduction film of National Human Rights Museum-Green Island White Terror Memorial Park

 

 

Introduction film of National Human Rights Museum-Jing―Mei White Terror Memorial Park