The Ministry of Culture announced yesterday (28) that the new director of the National Human Rights Museum will be promoted by Hong Shifang, the current director of the Department of Cultural Resources. Regarding this personnel transfer, Li Yongde, Minister of Culture, expressed his special thanks to Zhang Chanjuan, the deputy director of the museum, who has been acting as the director since August 2021, and has continued to promote the business.
It is believed that the new director, Hong Shifang, can use his expertise in museum and community building to promote the story of Taiwan's human rights development to the international community. Hong Shifang, a new employee of the Ministry of Culture, was promoted to the director of the National Human Rights Museum Photo Credit: Courtesy Photo Retouching of the Ministry of Culture Hong Shifang According to the Ministry of Culture, Hong Shifang, the new director of the National Museum of Human Rights, is currently the director of the Cultural Resources Department of the Ministry of Culture.
, Complete the legislation of the "Basic Cultural Law", the 2019 National Museum Forum and the "White Paper on Museum Policy", the first National Social Construction Conference and the "White Paper on Social Construction Policy", and the preparations for the National Railway Museum and the National Children's Future Museum. Regarding Hong Shifang, Minister of Culture Li Yongde said that Hong Shifang has a major in public policy planning and is familiar with practical work such as museum management and community building. It is believed that under the leadership of Director Hong, the Human Rights Museum can properly communicate with the seniors of political victims, their families, and the community, so that projects such as the preservation of the Human Rights Park and the Injustice Site can fully restore the scene and promote education.