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Former Residence of Chang Hsueh-liang

The "Young Marshal" Chang Hsueh-liang was the eldest son of the "Old Marshal," Fengtian clique leader Chang Tso-lin. As co-instigator with Yang Hu-cheng of the Xi'an Incident in 1936, he forced the Nationalist generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek to stop the war against the Chinese communists and join the fight against Japan, confirming his place as an influential figure in modern Chinese history. In 1946, Chang left Chongqing and came to Taiwan. For the next 50-some years, he would remain under house arrest in Taiwan, with 13 of those years spent at the residence in Wufeng. Countless stories and happenings unfolded here during that time. Today the residence introduces the life of Chang Hsueh-liang with historical exhibits and displays of rare old photos, personal writings, and recorded interviews. In 2014, the residence was rebuilt on the original site and integrated with an indigenous museum as the "Chang Hsueh-liang Cultural Park."

Travel Information

(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)
TEL:
+886-3-5856613
Address:
No.256-6, Qingquan, Wufeng Township, Hsinchu County 311
Longitude/Latitude:
121.105608/24.572706
Transportation:

Nat'l Hwy 3 → Zhulin Interchange → Cty Hwy 120 → Turn right at Zhulin Bridge and continue to Zhudong → Head south on Cty Hwy 122 past Wufeng Township

 

Public:

Take the Hsinchu Bus Zhudong-Qingyuan route to Qingyuan stop and continue by foot.

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