An anniversary under pressure Taiwan recently commemorated the 70th anniversary of the February 28th Incident (or 2.28 Incident), as the 1947 revolt against Kuomintang (KMT)Read More
Victor Louzon is a member of Noria's Editorial board. He writes about nationalism, (post)colonialism, political violence and collective memory in East Asia. He is based in Paris and New York.
Back to 1945: the Memorial and Strategic Meaning of the 70th Anniversary of the Japanese Defeat in East Asia
On September 3, 2015, the largest military parade ever organized in the People’s Republic of China was held in Beijing. 12,000 troops were reviewed byRead More
Hong Kong, Taiwan and Chinese Irredentism: Is the “One Country, Two Systems” principle failing?
On the 14th of December, a flag was being flown at the centre of the last gathering of occupiers in Causeway Bay at the centreRead More