Introduction: Articulating the heritage of punishment -- Modernizing punishment in East Asia -- Grades of remembering colonial prisons -- Flows in and out of prisons throughout the empire -- Lushun Russo-Japan prison : accidental heritage at the crossroads of colonialities -- Landscaping the state of independence out of the colonial prison : the Seodaemun prison in Seoul -- Memories displaced at the colonial margin : the cases in Taiwan -- Re-articulation of places of pain and shame into a world heritage? -- Disarticulation and eradication of dissonant place in replicating a Roppongi Hills in Taipei? -- Conclusion: Rebirth of prisons as heritage in postcolonial East Asia.
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