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Yin Hai-Kuang's Residence 殷海光故居

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Monday: Off day




The Dr. Yin Hai-Kwong Residence was completed in 1945 in Alley 16, Lane 18, Wenzhou St., a neighborhood designated by Taihoku Imperial University (present-day National Taiwan University, or NTU) during the Japanese colonial. They were intended for professors’ dormitories, and nestled in a kind of lushness that was unique to academia.
After relocating from mainland China in 1949, Dr. Yin Hai-Kwong taught philosophy at Taihoku Imperial University while contributing articles of political criticism to the Free China Journal. As a man who would rather die a critic than live muted, Dr. Yin was a warrior fighting with a pen despite the rigorous censorship. He stood up bravely against the then-authoritarian regime with unbridled political criticism, exerting a strong influence on Taiwan’s progress toward democracy, as an iconic figure in the history of Chinese liberalism.
The residence is a one-story, Japanese-style wooden structure built on a triangular base, adjacent to the other dormitories. In May 2003, the Taipei City Government designated it as a historic site that housed a significant collection of cultural assets. The Dr. Yin Hai-Kwong Foundation in November 2008 took over the operation and maintenance of the residence, recently serving as a facility for NTU’s outdoor education activities.


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Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
No. 1-1, Alley 16, Lane 18, Wenzhou St., Da'an Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Sunday: Off day
Monday: Off day
Tuesday: 11:00 – 17:00
Wednesday: 13:00 – 17:00
Thursday: 11:00 – 17:00
Friday: 13:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 11:00 – 17:00


Guided tours are offered by the Dr. Yin Hai-Kwong Foundation; for groups, please make reservations 5 days in advance.

Services & Facilities

  • Toilets


Nearby MRT

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  • PhyPie

    A representative of liberalism during the martial law period in Taiwan


    Former residence of Yin Haiguang, professor of philosophy at Taiwan University. Mr. Yin Haiguang is a representative of liberalism during the martial law period in Taiwan and is also a representative of the scholars suppressed by the Kuomintang regime. The house is a Japanese-style wooden building. The exterior has been painted in Taiwan-style blue-green, located in the quiet corner of Wenzhou Street.
  • larrymulder

    Budapest, Hungría



  • WangW285

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    静かな雰囲気とシンプルな宿泊施設。 1950年代のリベラリズムの指導者の味を賞賛するにふさわしい場所。 陰Haiguangの旧居 知識と哲学の志雪年、ジンシは清華大学を支援し、 党の徐陽中央委員会は、ペンを書き、政治問題についてコメントした。 台湾のDazheは新しい人生を開き、スローガン 元住居はジレンマにあり、同伴者は瞑想ではありません。
  • t86841283

    Kaohsiung, Taiwán

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  • Climber605204

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    訪れる前に必ず開放日と時間を確認した方が良いです。台大で哲学の教鞭を執っておられた殷海光さんのお宅を拝見しながら,彼の世界や足跡を辿る事が出来ます。お天気の良い日に訪れると小さいけれども素敵なお庭とても良い感じです。近くの泰順市場や龍泉市場や何気ない小道を散歩するのも楽しいです。 泰順公園で地元の人に混じって一休みするのもいいです。

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