The students have been slammed for being ‘disrespectful’ and ‘totally ignorant of history.’
The News Lens
By: Hsu Chia-yu
The Taiwanese high school that allowed students to parade in Nazi uniforms is under more pressure after it was revealed students also depicted a highly-sensitive massacre involving one of Taiwan’s indigenous tribes.
The high school in Hsinchu, northern Taiwan, has already been widely criticized for allowing students to take part in a Nazi-themed parade at its anniversary celebration on Dec. 16.
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A video on YouTube shows students from another class dressed as Japanese forces and indigenous Seediq people, holding toy guns and paper-made knives, to reenact the Musha Incident (霧社事件) during the same anniversary event. [FULL STORY]