In my today piece on the late Madame Chiang Kai-shek, I left the impression
that Chiang himself is buried in that grand mausoleum whose site I linked
to. Not so, as a reader reminds me: “Chiang is not interred at the CKS
Memorial hall. I’ve recently come back from spending a year in Taiwan.
Chiang’s body is at one of his summer villas in Taoyuan County, in the
mountains near Shih Men Dam. … I went there in January of last year.
You can walk through the room where his body lies, and all of the Chinese
will bow towards him.”