Introduction to the 228 Incident in Taiwan for K-12 Education Classes at George Washington University

“Both democratization and the independence movement are related to or originated in the February 28 Incident (also known as 228) that happened in 1947. If we want to understand the complicated political changes and disputes or social conflicts in Taiwan, the 228 Incident offers an essential historical background. Besides, the Taiwan issue also relates to the regional security of East Asia and the national security of the United States. The 228 Incident can also provide a historical and geopolitical perspective for thinking about the Taiwan issue. To learn Taiwan’s postwar history, the 228 Incident is a necessary step.”

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Yao-Tsung Su 蘇瑤崇
Yao-Tsung Su 蘇瑤崇

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