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Miyoshi Tokusaburou Papers-Feelings and Memories Traveling through Time
Miyoshi Tokusaburou Papers, one of the figures in Traveling in Time Exhibition, includes personal papers and commercial operating documents. Among these archives, personal papers, which are 96 in total, include memoirs, personal correspondence, photographs taken in Taiwan, and inventories of personal collections. Commercial operating papers are the documents which were created while he was running the branch shop of Tsujirihei in Taiwan from 1899 to 1903. There are 49 commercial operating papers in total. These papers are important sources for the research into Miyoshi Tokusaburou’s commercial activities and public service in Taiwan. In addition, we can also learn Mr. Miyoshi’s turning point in his life and his special relationship with the government at that time. Hence, these historical documents are invaluable. 
Special report on the annual Open House Day

On October 19th 2013, special activities in our Traveling in Time Exhibition hall were organized for the celebration of the annual Open House Day at Academia Sinica. They were a great success! Thanks to our visitors who made our day complete!

For the entire day, visitors pulled in our exhibition hall unremittingly. Our archives staff offered excellent interpretations of historical testimonies by telling interesting remarkable stories and latest discoveries of the hidden history of Taiwan. Our visitors were especially fascinated by one of our online games – decoding the Suzhou numerals. The Suzhou numerals were widely used in marketplaces in China and Taiwan, before they were supplanted by Arabic numerals. One of our student trainees had dressed up as a historical figure especially this event, which attracted the attention of many young visitors.

The exhibition will last till December 25th 2013. If you cannot make your visit during the week days, don’t miss our last two special opening days on Saturdays: November 2nd and December 7th. Please check our exhibition website and Facebook for the upcoming events.

The exhibition pulls in the crowds.
Visitors are following guided tours led by our senior archive staff. Limited quiz gifts are offered.
Visitors are waiting in a long queue for the special issue stamps.
Young people cannot take their eyes away from the online interactive games.
Many young visitors requested photos with our student trainee who dressed up as a historical figure.

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