Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War Memorial Hall, Beijing

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  • Excellent Museum on the brutality of the Japanese Empire from the Chinese perspective. It's a bit of a trek so best to get a Taxi for the day 400 Yuan and visit a few sites. 
  • A good Museum, but is away from the Center, take the Metro or taxi. Visiting this Museum, it becomes clear why the Chinese are so not like the Japanese. A lot of propaganda, but there are interesting facts.
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  • Metro to go use. Hwy 14 (recently opened? gave hotels not listed in the Guidebook) on one end down in the front garden, Garden (like alphabet train station). Walk from here and the story of the hotel 15-bad GPS Smartphone of the count was about 20 minutes, but was worried because I got a taxi. The walk was in a taxi. China Road is where the limited points along the lane and lined with fences, cross to the other side, I wanted to see and is not. If ridiculously not dangerous detour and walk out and loss of time and energy. And around round or entry restrictions such as per cab, great wall, close there because after all and unloaded near the city walls. 25 Yuan, less than 500 yen ya. In becoming the city and entering the great wall remains to be told to walk a little from 10-15 minutes away in the Hall of Fame. Surprised by the unexpected location. Brought because it was free and if you have a passport, but no passport check luggage inspection only. Exhibition corner other than the Nanjing incident is not so vivid and feel good during the day, like last. Left the Hall immediately Marco Polo Bridge. In a stage that Marco Polo Bridge incident said the Polo world's most beautiful bridges, which became the trigger of the war during the day. Thinking that led to the death of millions of people, and then tour. ,,, Presumably walked towards larger road home, it runs through the taxi. And is getting tired, so weary, I accidentally ran empty taxis are great lucky! Metro station 20 was the original. Or better to secure the feet when I go here.
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  • It's a 1.8 km walk (25 min) from exit D of the Dawayao metro station on line 14. All items are beautifully arranged, behind glass, with simple English details. The museum provides good detail in all aspects of the Chinese people’s war against Japanese aggression, "Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945)". It's a worth visit to understand Chinese attitude towards Japan, towards Taiwan, towards peaceful coexistence. There's interesting bits on how the Chinese diaspora gave support back to China; how China issued visas to Jewish refugees to escape. From here you can stroll to the nearby Wanping Fortress or Marco Polo Bridge. Gate fee is free with a passport.
  • 了解中日战争
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