How Taiwan’s White Terror is remembered continues to be politically contested between the independence-leaning pan-Green camp and the pan-Blue camp, which is centred around the Kuomintang (KMT), the former authoritarian party. But how is the White Terror remembered by generations who did not experience it directly and who do not have any memories of the martial law period? In line with identity shifts in Taiwan, in recent years, memorialization of the White Terror has increasingly moved into the realm of pop culture. This chapter examines this shift in the context of the island’s divided politics.