Exhibition Hall of Historical Relics of Chiang Kai-Shek
The Exhibition Hall of Historical Relics of Chiang Kai-Shek is currently about 700 pings (1 ping = 3.3057 square meters) in size and divided into six display areas showing historical artifacts and photographs commemorating former ROC President Chiang Kai-shek. The First Display Room focuses mainly on Chiang’s life, introducing visitors to his family background and formative years. The Second Display Room looks at his school years and revolutionary activities, from the Whampoa Military Academy and the Eastern Expedition, to the Northern Expedition and national unification, detailing the scope of Chiang’s involvement in the Republican Revolution. In the Third Display Room visitors can see a 3D holographic projection, artifacts, photographs and important documents with a particular focus on the eight-year war of resistance against Japan, the Republic of China fighting side by side with its wartime allies, and the containment and ultimate victory over Japan. The Fourth Display Room displays artifacts and photographs from the period before and after the war with Japan, highlighting the post-war situation and preparations made before the national government relocated to Taiwan. In the Fifth Display Room the theme is Chiang Kai-shek’s contribution to the construction and diplomacy of Taiwan (Republic of China). Together with the original sound and a recreated historical setting, the focus is on the economic construction in Taiwan under President Chiang. Finally, the President Chiang Kai-shek Office Display Room presents visitors with a historically accurate reconstruction of the late President’s office. After visiting all the display rooms, visitors have a better understanding of the life and historical role of Chiang Kai-shek.