Pan Hsin-hsing displays pictures of his parents during an interview in Taipei. He was just six when his father, Pan Mu-chih, a doctor and local politician, was arrested, tortured and killed in the “228 Incident” that was followed by the “White Terror” purges. Photo: AFP

70 years after Taiwan’s ‘White Terror’, relatives of victims still seeking justice

Pan Hsin-hsing lost his father in the uprising against Chiang Kai-shek’s regime and will be among those on Tuesday calling for his image to be erased from the landscape

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Pan Hsin-hsing displays pictures of his parents during an interview in Taipei. He was just six when his father, Pan Mu-chih, a doctor and local politician, was arrested, tortured and killed in the “228 Incident” that was followed by the “White Terror” purges. Photo: AFP
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