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The 7.3 921 Earthquake occurred in Jiji, Nantou County, Taiwan on Sep. 21, 1999 at 1:47 AM was the second-deadliest quake in recorded history in Taiwan. After the earthquake, the Museum’s 921 Earthquake Park and Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park were built and opened in 2001 and 2013 to preserve some of the remains from the earthquake to serve as reminders to the public for them to be prepared in the future if such event happens again.

To mark the 17th anniversary of the earthquake, the two Parks will present a series of special programs related to quake precautions as well as free admission from Saturday, Sep.10 to Sunday, Sep.25, 2016. Join us! For more information, please visit http://www.921emt.edu.tw/ and http://cfpp.nmns.edu.tw/.

    More Benefits include:
  • Lucky coins provided by Zi-nan Temple in Nantou, which is the foremost choice for people praying for wealth and good fortune, are given to visitors to Chelungpu Park. Limited quantities. While supplies last!
  • A benefit concert is held at Chelungpu Park on Saturday, Sep.10, 2:00–4:00pm.
  • Free admission to the ‘Le Voyage De Noe’ and ‘A River Runs Through It’ 3D films at 921 and Chelungpu Parks is offered.
  • 50% off tickets to Xitou Monster Village are available for visitors to the Museum and its three Parks.
Join us in honoring the victims and commemorating the 17th anniversary of 9/21 and learn how to prepare for an earthquake with safety tips! 
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