How can we not go to Kaohsiung without visiting this museum? The history of this museum is not entirely positive, and it always feels very close to Japan. As soon as they enter the museum, they will show Taiwanese soldiers. From the perspective of Taiwan, what country do they belong to?
We went into the first exhibition hall in this museum, and after reading the introductory text of the exhibition hall, we went directly into a broadcast. The film was really thrilling. After nearly an hour of watching it, it was a propaganda film made by Japanese from Taiwan. I think any mainlander would be amazed and angry after watching it.
As a museum controller, it is sure to punch in the museums of every city that travels. The Kaohsiung Museum has been built for some years, but the exhibits are also very rich. It is only here that I know that Kaohsiung used to be called a dog beater, which is very interesting.