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Special Exhibition

  • Leisurely Speedy: Railway Travel in Taiwan
    2022/11/09~2023/07/09
    Address : 3rd Special Exhibition Room, 4th Floor, Exhibition & Education Building
    It was more than 100 years ago that Taiwan caught up with the modern world and built the very first West Coast Line railroad, making traveling from north to south an expedient 14 hours as trains became the fastest form of transportation on the island. As the economy grew, possibilities for leisure flourished. Improvements to the rail systems were able to meet people's desire to travel, and tak...
  • Entangled things, entangled connections--A NPM, NTM, and NMTH Joint Exhibition
    2022/10/05~2023/04/05
    Address : 1st Special Exhibition Room, 4th Floor, Exhibition & Education Building
    What kind of exhibition could bring together the National Palace Museum (NPM), the National Taiwan Museum (NTM), and the National Museum of Taiwan History (NMTH)? The collections of each museum reflect the history and material culture of the three main players in Taiwan's history: the indigenous people (NTM), Han Taiwanese (NMTH), and the Chinese imperial court and officials (NPM). How were t...
  • Dare to be Different: The Humanism of a Taiwanese Scientist
    2022/09/22~2023/04/09
    Address : Main Hall, 1st Floor, Exhibition & Education Building
    The Story behind the Exhibition Former Academia Sinica President Dr. Yuan-tseh Lee donated his collection of personal award certificates and medals, including his 1986 Nobel Prize gold medal, to the National Museum of Taiwan History in 2021. The NMTH special exhibition Dare to be Different: The Humanism of a Taiwanese Scientist curates this collection, and highlights how Dr. Lee’s unique p...
  • We Can Help - Relief work in Taiwan and The Mustard Seed Mission
    2022/07/27~2023/05/28
    Address : 2nd Special Exhibition Room, 4th Floor, Exhibition & Education Building
    “Taiwan Can!!” COVID-19 began wreaking devastation throughout the world in April 2020, and as countries scrambled to cope with the crisis, 26,980 people of Taiwan contributed to a crowdfunding project and reached their goal in just 15 hours, responding to the world’s cry for support: “Who Can Help?” Just 50 years ago, Taiwan was in no place to make that declaration. The country was emb...
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