Remembrance & Resources: Learning About 228

By Joyce Chen & Leona Chen | Photo by Henry & Co. on Unsplash 73 years have elapsed since the 1947 February 28 Massacre in Taiwan, when building resentment over inflation, constant military occupation, and police brutality culminated in an island-wide protest. When local Taiwanese leaders demanded administration reforms, free elections, and accountability for government corruption, the Chinese Nationalist army began a violent campaign to impose martial law, executing teachers, students,…