9.18 is a very large museum covering a lot of history of the Japanese occupation of Manchuria. I find it curious that the Chinese are very proud of their fierce resistance to the "aggressors", but apparently that only started AFTER the 9.18 incident. Under no circumstances could the same Chinese resistance have been involved in the explosion at the Japanese Railway bridge. Well, that is the only one viewpoint you will see here, anyway.
In any case, the museum has lots of displays, dioramas, documents, and documentaries; and, I found it fascinating, even with limited English descriptions. If your visit is brief, then just admiring the architecture and layout is worthwhile as well.
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