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Travel Memories— School Excursion in the Archives of the Institute of Taiwan History

On Open House Day in 2017, the Institute of Taiwan History featured “Travel Memories-Journeys and Experiences in the Diaries”. The exhibition selected contents of The Diary of Ye Sheng-ji and relative photographs, postcards, itineraries, representing travel memories during the Japanese colonial period. Let us follow the travelers’ steps and enjoy impressive scenery through viewing abundant archives and experiencing a busy school excursion!

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III. Conclusion
Dihua Street of Dadaocheng still has several historical architectures from the Qing dynasty and Japanese colonial period, each with different architectural features. As time goes by, the appearance of old building can be maintained and repaired by architectural techniques, the people who once lived in the buildings and the stories which had happened in the past can only be recorded by related historical sources and archival documents. The Chen Family who ran Tai-yi-hou in Nagasaki preserved a great amount of commercial letters from East Asia, providing precious clues for reconstructing history. The Commercial activities of the Century-old Stores on Dihua Street are as vivid as we read the handwriting on the letters.

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