Nanhai Academy

The Nanhai Academy (Chinese: 南海學園; pinyin: Nánhǎi Xuéyuán) is a collection of cultural and educational facilities located on Nanhai Road in the Zhongzheng District of Taipei, Taiwan.

Nanhai Academy
南海學園
National Museum of History (Repulic of China).jpg
National Museum of History in the Nanhai Academy.
Established1955
LocationTaipei, Taiwan

HistoryEdit

After the Republic of China Government relocated to Taiwan following the Chinese Civil War, President Chiang Kai-shek ordered its construction. The Ministry of Education and Chang Chi-yun planned the construction of five major social institutions located around the Taipei Botanical Garden. The majority of buildings were originally built during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan and were converted to a traditional Chinese architectural appearance during the 1950s and 1960s.

Campus facilitiesEdit

Academic institutionsEdit

 
Chinese-style roof of the original National Taiwan Science Education Center building.

Government agenciesEdit

Cultural institutionsEdit

 
Confucius-Mencius Society of the Republic of China

TransportationEdit

The academy is accessible within walking distance East from Wanhua Station of Taiwan Railways.[citation needed]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • The Research on The Redevelopment Strategy for The Urban Public Deserted Space - A Case Study of Nanhai Cultural Area. Lih-Yau Song. 1995

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 25°01′55″N 121°30′41″E / 25.03196°N 121.51142°E / 25.03196; 121.51142