The many concrete-based structures in the classical Chinese palace style erected in Taipei since the end of WWII were largely influenced by Cold War era ideology. To this day, they remain a trademark of the city. The Chung Shan Hall was completed in 1966, and while it has lost its function as the convening place of the Constitutional Reform Assembly, it still offers an impressive sight as it sits majestically amidst the undulating mountains, breathing an air of serenity and tradition.
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