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幫我翻譯228事件文章///急件(英翻中)

The 228 Incident or 228 Massacre was an uprising in the Republic of China (Taiwan) that began on February 28, 1947 and was suppressed by the Kuomintang government, resulting in thirty thousand or sixty thousand civilians killed. The number "228" refers to the day of the incident, February 28.

This event is now commemorated in Taiwan as Peace Memorial Day. Official government policy had repressed the education of the events until recently, for various reasons. Many of the details of the incident are still highly controversial and hotly debated in Taiwan today, as the largely conservative-controlled government often tries to stifle discussion on the topic. Some people point to Communist involvement as a "justification" for the KMT's action.

Taiwan had been placed under the administrative control of the Republic of China after 50 years of colonial rule by Japan two years earlier by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), and tensions between the local Taiwanese and mainlanders from China had increased in the intervening years. The flashpoint came on February 27, 1947 in Taipei when a dispute between a female cigarette vendor and an anti-smuggling officer triggered civil disorder and open rebellion that would last for days. The uprising was shortly put down by the military of the Republic of China.

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    The 228 Incident or 228 Massacre was an uprising in the Republic of China (Taiwan) that began on February 28, 1947 and was suppressed by the Kuomintang government, resulting in thirty thousand or sixty thousand civilians killed. The number "228" refers to the day of the incident, February 28.

    二二八事件或二二八大屠殺是一九四七年二月二十八日發生在中華民國(台灣)的暴動事件,有三萬至六萬與軍警對峙的平民死於在國民黨政府的鎮壓之下,二二八這個數字變起源於事件當天發生的日期二月二十八日。

    This event is now commemorated in Taiwan as Peace Memorial Day. Official government policy had repressed the education of the events until recently, for various reasons.

    現在在台灣以和平紀念日來紀念此事件,一直到最近為止官方政府的的政策為了各種不同的理由在教育方面對於此事件一直都是被壓制的。

    Many of the details of the incident are still highly controversial and hotly debated in Taiwan today, as the largely conservative-controlled government often tries to stifle discussion on the topic. Some people point to Communist involvement as a "justification" for the KMT's action.

    在今天的台灣,許多對此事件的細節部份還是具有高度的爭議性而且被激烈的討論著,在政府強烈保守的控制下經常嘗試阻止這方面議題的討論。有些人為了國民黨的行為辯護而將矛頭指向共產黨的牽連。

    Taiwan had been placed under the administrative control of the Republic of China after 50 years of colonial rule by Japan two years earlier by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), and tensions between the local Taiwanese and mainlanders from China had increased in the intervening years. The flashpoint came on February 27, 1947 in Taipei when a dispute between a female cigarette vendor and an anti-smuggling officer triggered civil disorder and open rebellion that would last for days. The uprising was shortly put down by the military of the Republic of China

    台灣成為日本殖民地五十年後由聯合國善後救濟總署接管了兩年被轉移致中華民國控制,本土的台灣人和來自中國的大陸人之間的緊繃在那些年日益增加。爆發點來自於一九四七年二月二十七日的台北,賣煙的女性小販和防緝走私的官員發生爭執遭到射擊,市民的秩序混亂並開使了之後數日的反抗。此次的暴亂很快的由中華民國軍方平息。

    參考資料: 我自己...可能有些地方翻譯的不是很理想...希望對你有幫助
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