About Taipei Zhongshan Hall
Zhongshan Hall has long served as one of the formal reception venues for visiting foreign dignitaries, including several heads of state, such as US president Richard Nixon, president of South Korea Syngman Rhee, president of South Vietnam Ngo Đình Diệm, president of the Philippines Carlos P. Garcia, and the Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. Zhongshan Hall has also hosted a number of official state ceremonies, including the signing of the Sino-American Mutual Defense Treaty and the formal inauguration ceremonies of the second, third and fourth presidents and vice-presidents of the Republic of China. In recognition of the distinctive historic significance of this institution, the government of Taiwan formally designated Zhongshan Hall as a Class Two National Historical Site in 1992.
Zhongzheng Auditorium is equipped with extended stage facilities, multi-purpose suspension systems as well as advanced lighting and sound systems. It is with modern stage facilities suitable for music, theater and dance performances. It is the perfect venue for performances by professional performing arts groups and organizations as well as departments of music, art and dance from colleges and universities.