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Her History in Taiwan
The Archives of the Institute of Taiwan History (ITH) at Academia Sinica holds a wide variety of historical sources pertaining to women of Taiwan; these materials date back to the Qing dynasty and can be examined from three aspects— “Traditional Women,” “Transition of Fate,” and “Self Expression.” They illustrate how Taiwanese women emerged from traditional family to modern job market and social activities with activism and independence.The collections of marriage documents, contracts, photographs, diaries, and personal documents presented here are selected from the digital archives of the ITH.
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* 2017/11/03 2017 Academia Sinica Open House Day had been Successfully Concluded!
The annual Academia Sinica Open House Day had been successfully concluded on October 28, 2017. Institute of Taiwan History organized various activities including exhibition, stamping and coloring the ...
* 2017/09/04 The series of Taiwan Commercial Letters of Tai-yi-hou Papers has released
Tai-yi-hou Papers of Nagasaki were the documents created and preserved by the Chen family from Kinmen. Chen family had a long history in running business in Nagasaki and these documents recorded their...
* 2017/08/30 Wu Song-qing’s Diary (1947-1950) now available at Taiwan Diary Knowledge Bank
Wu Song-qing (1901-1991) was born in Zhen-hai, Zhejiang. After graduating from University of Shanghai and University of Paris, he had held the position of Director in Management Bureau of Air Navigati...
* 2017/08/16 Taiwan Sotokufu Digital Archive merging into Taiwan Archival Information System this September
In order to provide a more convenient platform for data searching and text retrieval, we will merge Taiwan Sotokufu Digital Archive into Taiwan Archival Information System in September this year as we...
* 2017/08/01 Shao Yu-lin’s Diary (1953-1954) on Taiwan Diary Knowledge Bank now released
Shao Yu-lin (1909-1984), whose pseudonym was Wenbo, was born in Yin Xian, Zhejiang. Shao studied in Japan in his early years. After his graduation from Kyushu Imperial University and the graduate scho...
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