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The Former Residence of Liang Shi-Qiu on Yunhe Street in Taipei City is a one-story, 81-ping (i.e., 267m2), classic wooden structure. After its inauguration in 1933 as the dormitory for Category-3 high-ranking officials in the Japanese colonial period, the house was taken over in 1951 by the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) to accommodate the teaching staff of the school's Department of Economic Management. Liang moved into the house when he was appointed the Head of NTNU's Department of English in 1952. Considering Liang's far-reaching influence as a great educator, editor of English-Chinese dictionaries and high school English textbooks, his former residence was therefore listed among Taipei City's cultural assets in 2003 to commemorate his standing as a paragon teacher.
No. 11, Yunhe St, Da'an Dist., Taipei City, 106
MRT Stations in 1KM:
GR: Taipower Building, 0.34km
GR: Guting, 0.58km
OR: Guting, 0.58km
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