Date: Sep 05, 2020
By: Kuo An-chia and William Hetherington / Staff reporter, with staff writer
A coalition of museum employees and nearby residents had petitioned the city to recognize the building as a historic site, citing that the younger Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall had been classified as such.
The museum, built in 1962, is more representative of the nation and is more historically significant than the memorial hall, and should receive the special designation, the coalition had argued.
However, the committee on Monday reached a different conclusion. [FULL STORY]