The Nanjing Massacre

The exhibition of Nanjing Massacre displays abundant photograhs, documentary records, remains of victims, etc., preserved and presented by the Memroial Hall of Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders.

The exhibition consists of eight sectionss in total, with each section respectivefully contributing in part to depicting an authentic picture of the atrocity inflicted upon Nanjing and post-war investigation of the massacre.


The "Three Victories" Exhibition

The "Three Vitories" Exhibition first opens to public in December 7, 2015 which marks the 70th anniversary of the victory of the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War.

The exhibition includes five parts displaying over 1100 photographs, 100 historical video clips and more than 6000 precious historical artifacts.

Peace and War: Painting Exhibition by Jaro Sulek

Photographic exhibition of John Magee and his grandson Chris Magee open to public today

  On December 13,   We promoted a special exhibition: "History · Peace · Development: Nanjing Images by John Magee and His Grandson".   John Magee shot the destruction of Nanjing while his grandson, Chris Magee shot the rebirt of the city. Their cameras record Nanjing , witness the history, and present future of Nanjing.   At 2 o’clock in the afternoo, the opening ceremony of the exhibition was held at the Lecture Hall on the first floor of the exhibition hall.   Two protagonists of the exhibition:   One was John Magee, one of the organizers of...