, Jixi, August 14 (Wang Nina) On the 14th, the Senzhiyuan branch of the Tiger Head Fortress Museum of the Japanese Invaders was opened in Hulin, Jixi City, Heilongjiang Province. More than 2,000 items of Japanese invaders were exhibited. These items are the first time. The exhibition exposes the crime of aggression committed by the Japanese army in our country.

  In the Japanese invaders Tiger Head Fortress Senzhiyuan Branch, exhibits including artillery shells, machine gun shuttles, grenades, katana, Japanese epaulettes, binoculars and other items. These are all items left by the Japanese invaders and record that they cannot be tampered with. History of invasion of China.

People are visiting the museum. Photo by Hao Dong

  "This 32-type saber is a Japanese saber left over from the Japanese invasion of China during World War II. During the period of the Japanese puppet regime, the knife used by the Japanese had cherry blossoms on the handle; the knife used by the Chinese had plum blossoms on the handle. The knife is very intact," said Xia Yongqiang, a citizen of Hulin.

  The items on display in this museum are all items collected by Xia Yongqiang from home and abroad in 17 years. Seventeen years ago, he went to Tiger Head Fortress for the first time. He was shocked to see the many evidences left by the Japanese army invading China. Since then, he has started to collect the items left by the Japanese army in China. Built this museum at his own expense. The museum is now named by the Hulin City Government as the source branch of the Japanese invaders Hutou Fortress.

More than 2,000 items of Japanese troops invaded China were exhibited this time. Photo by Hao Dong

  "Through the visit, I saw so many evidences of the Japanese invading China, which made me deeply touched. As a contemporary college student, I must remember history, not forget the national humiliation, and revitalize China." said Xia Zheng, a university student who visited here.

  "The purpose of my collection of these exhibits and the establishment of the museum is to expose the crimes of the Japanese invaders, so that more people can understand history and cherish peace." Xia Yongqiang said. (Finish)