By: Chang Jung-hsiang and Kay Liu
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature in Tainan is located in a former Japanese colonial government building that marks its centenary this year.
It is a landmark building that stands near a massive roundabout, where seven main streets meet, and is surrounded by several other historical buildings from the same period, such as Hayashi Department Store.
The museum was formally opened to the public in November 2003, and has a collection of 150,000 books, manuscripts, photos, letters and artifacts of around 500 Taiwanese writers. [FULL STORY]