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Liaoyuan Miners’ Tomb Exhibition Hall
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Be located in Anren community, Anjia street, Xi’an District, Liaoyuan City, Jilin Province, No. 18 bus will take you here. About 8 km from the city downtown, it is the largest witness place reflecting the Japanese imperialist invasion of Northeast China, their plundering of natural resources, slaughtering the Chinese people in Northeast China, and is one of the few well-preserved evidence of the Japanese imperialist invasion of China. After "9·18"incident in 1931, the Japanese invaders built a number of "mass graves". According to Japanese puppet government's records, from October 1940(establishment of Lifangjia cabinet) to May 1942, just during one year and eight months, there are tens of thousands of suffering miners tortured to death and buried in barren hills and remote places on the land less than two Shang(land measure equal to fifteen mu in most parts of the Northeast), known as "Fang’ Tomb" . In 1963, Liaoyuan Mining Bureau organized cadres and workers to excavate and erected a monument hall to make external display and show this miserable event. 2001 – 2003, they conducted repair and protection, and built a new 1,055 square meters exhibition hall.

Liaoyuan Miners’ Tomb Exhibition Hall’s exhibition during the northeast being occupied by Japanese consists of two parts: dead miners’ tomb during Japanese puppet government's age and an exhibition hall, covering about 200 thousand square meters. There are 197 well-preserved miners’ osseous remains of different types in seven places, a incinerator site, more than 3,000 miners’ tombs, a big clock recorded the history of mining sector in the east city during the Japanese puppet government's age, the in-situ of Niu Shiqing’s famous work ticket (the work ticket is existing in the National Museum of China), more than 400 pieces of pictures and matter collected by common people which witness Japanese invaders plundered our resources and the massacre, a monument bearing love and merit of all walks of life. The bones of miners keep rich contents of the Japanese invasion, including the political, economic, cultural aspects of “Manchukuo” (Japanese puppet regime in Northeast China)and development of our national history, with the characteristic of non-renewable. It is a national patriotic education base and Jilin historic preservation unit.



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