Tamsui Mackay Statue Park

Burn out rather than rust out!” By Rev. George Leslie Mackay.

The Statue of Rev. Mackay is located on the old street (Jhongzheng Road). It is a bust of an impressive, bearded man. Rev. Mackay (1844-1901) was born in Ontario, Canada.

He was chosen as the first Canadian Presbyterian missionary in his 28th. On 9th March 1872 he arrived in.

External link : http://www.tshs.tpc.gov.tw/content_en/travel/tourist_content001.aspx?id=10

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