Suho Memorial Paper Museum
|Location||Zhongshan, Taipei, Taiwan|
The idea of the paper museum establishment was voiced by Chen Su-ho, the founder of Chang Chuen Cotton Paper. However, he died in an airplane accident in October 1990 in Guangdong. Soon after that, the preparation to establish the museum took off. The museum was finally opened in October 1995 after five years of preparation with the name Suho Memorial Paper Museum.
The museum is housed in a 4-story building with a total floor area of 529 m2.
- Show room and paper mill
- Suho platform special exhibition
- Permanent exhibition area of the museum
- Activity experience area
- "Suho｜Establishment". Suhopaper.org.tw. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- "Taipei City Government ─ SuHo Memorial Paper Museum". English.taipei.gov.tw. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- "Suho｜Visit Information". Suhopaper.org.tw. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
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