Cijin Female Labors Memorial Park
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One morning in 1973, a boat travelling from Zhongzhou in Cishan to Kaohsiung sank as a result of overloading and mechanical failure, which led to the deaths of 25 women who worked in the Kaohsiung Export Processing Zone; the dead were buried together in the “25 ladies' common grave”. In 2008, it was officially renamed the Cijin Female Labors Memorial Park, positioning these 25 young women as “girl heroes who were injured in striving to build Taiwan's economy in the 1960s”, and hoping that doing so will make the public aware of the importance of gender equality and labour safety.
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