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星期四, 12月 08, 2016

經略南海・永保太平-收復南海諸島七十周年 紀念特展12月9日開幕

內政部與國史館合辦「經略南海・永保太平-收復南海諸島七十周年紀念特展」,將於今(105)129日至19日在國史館展出

這次特展分為「歷史經略」、「南疆鎖鑰」及「永續太平」等3大主軸,利用檔案、文物、圖像及影音等資料串連,重現政府收復南海諸島的重要決策與經略歷程,呈現太平島豐富的自然風情與人文風貌,讓社會大眾重新認識太平島,以及政府多年來持續和平經營的成果。

這次特展也將一併呈現相關部會將依據總統指示的原則及作法,持續推動包含生態保育、人道救援及科學研究等相關措施及計畫,彰顯出我國未來南海政策的內涵。

內政部表示,這次特展分為「歷史經略」、「南疆鎖鑰」及「永續太平」等3大主軸,利用檔案、文物、圖像及影音等資料串連,重現政府收復南海諸島的重要決策與經略歷程。此外,由於今年7月12日,有關菲律賓依照《聯合國海洋法公約》所提起的仲裁,仲裁庭作成的仲裁判斷,其中對太平島的認定,嚴重損及我對南海諸島及其相關海域的權利,為此,展覽中也將呈現太平島豐富的自然風情與人文風貌,讓社會大眾重新認識太平島,以及政府多年來持續和平經營的成果

內政部指出,總統已於今年7月19日揭示我國未來處理南海問題的政策基調,這次特展也將一併呈現相關部會將依據總統指示的原則及作法,持續推動包含生態保育、人道救援及科學研究等相關措施及計畫,彰顯出我國未來南海政策的內涵。

這次特展自12月9日(星期五)中午12時起在國史館(臺北市中正區長沙街一段2號)2樓展覽室展出,展期至12月19日(星期一)止,活動期間,開放民眾免費入場,展覽時間配合國史館開放時段及休館規定,歡迎大眾前往參觀。
內政部說明,由於12月12日,恰好是70年前海軍太平艦及中業艦駛抵太平島,完成南海諸島收復的重要歷史時刻,當日現場將安排專人進行定時導覽解說,也將致贈參訪人員太平島精美明信片1套,限量300套。

Sustainable Governance and Enduring Peace:An Exhibition Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Recovery of the South China Sea Islands opens December 9
Sustainable Governance and Enduring Peace: An Exhibition Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Recovery of the South China Sea Islands, jointly organized by the Ministry of the Interior and Academia Historica, will open to the public on December 9.
The exhibition is being held to raise public understanding of Taiping Island and its history, as well as associated administrative measures taken by the government and the importance it attaches to South China Sea issues.
On December 12, 1946, the ROCS Taiping and ROCS Chungyeh arrived at Taiping Island, the largest of the Nansha Islands, carrying officials from the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of National Defense, as well as a Navy platoon, meteorologists, and supplies. Their arrival marked the completion of the recovery of the South China Sea Islands by the Republic of China. In the ensuing decades, related ROC government agencies built infrastructure on the islands and incorporated them into the nation’s administrative system, laying a solid foundation for the role that the ROC now plays in the South China Sea.
The exhibition, which focuses on the three themes of “Historical Developments,” “Key to the Southern Territories” and “Sustainable Peace,” features presentations of documents, artifacts, graphics, and audiovisuals so as to recreate the government’s important policy decisions and history of governance in recovering the South China Sea Islands.
The award made by the tribunal on July 12, 2016 in the arbitration brought by the Philippines under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea severely undermines the rights of the ROC over the South China Sea Islands and their relevant waters. Therefore, the exhibition showcases the rich natural and cultural aspects of Taiping Island, in the hope that the public can become reacquainted with the territory and better understand the achievements of the government’s many years of continued peaceful governance there.
President Tsai Ing-wen set out the tenor of the government’s policy in handling South China Sea issues on July 19 this year. As such, this exhibition will also display the relevant measures and projects undertaken by government agencies under the principles and measures specified by the president, including ecological conservation work, humanitarian assistance, and scientific research, thus highlighting the nature of future ROC policy on the South China Sea.
The exhibition runs from noon on Friday, December 9 to Monday, December 19, in the second floor exhibition room of Academia Historica (No. 2, Section 1, Changsha Street, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City). The exhibition will be free to the public, with opening hours subject to the hours and regulations of Academia Historica. All are welcome.
Guided tours will be provided on December 12, which marks the day that the ROCS Taiping and ROCS Chungyeh arrived at Taiping Island 70 years ago—an important historic moment in completing the recovery of the South China Sea Islands. Visitors on that day will also receive one set of Taiping Island postcards (limited to 300 sets).