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Address: North of the Laifeng Mountain, Tengchong County 679100, China
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Unique in China regarding the importance of Kuomintang and foreign troups

The museum is impressive, a lot of uniforms, weapons, daily life objects, letters, photos, etc. are on display. Explanations in both Chinese and English help to understand the... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2016
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Reviewed 27 May 2016

The museum is impressive, a lot of uniforms, weapons, daily life objects, letters, photos, etc. are on display. Explanations in both Chinese and English help to understand the WW2 in this part of the world. We were told that due to the fact a large part of Tengching population was part of Kuomintang during the war, the local government was... More 

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Lijiang, China
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Reviewed 8 July 2015

Anti-Japanese Memorial Park is the good place to remember the war to Anti-Japanese 70 years ago. be a part of world war two, the people around the word can not forget.

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Kathmandu, Nepal
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Reviewed 26 June 2014

The museum and park are both very interesting to see and get a perspective one might not have of WWII from outside of China. The old photos and museum collections are really well done and displayed in a very easy to visit style.

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Reviewed 25 October 2013

but totally worth seeing as there is a lot of history about what happened in this part of the world d/g WW2

Thank Neli K
Chongqing, China
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Reviewed 9 May 2012

This is a sensitively handled memorial to the many Chinese who lost their lives defending not only their city but the whole nation with the aid of a small group of Americans, affectionately dubbed 'The Flying Tigers". They consisted of aircrewmen and ground support crews under the leadership of US Generals Chenault and Stillwell. A memorial the the gGenerals and... More 

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Reviewed 31 December 2011

With Tengchong's history at the border of the Japanese invasion from Burma one would be surprised if there WASN'T a museum like this around. It's all pretty nice and interesting but it's not very big so don't plan on spending more than an hour or so. It is of course full of nationalistic and anti-Japanese blah blah but that's something... More 

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