Nanjing Massacre

Nanjing Massacre
Memorial Hall

The 1937 Japanese invasion of Nanjing, and subsequent mass killing and torture of 300,000 Chinese men, women and children, is a particularly low point in Sino-Japanese relations.

The memorial museum in Nanjing is one of the most visited museums in China, as the events of the Nanjing Massacre are etched into the collective consciousness of the nation.

From the anticipation and apprehension of an impending Japanese invasion and sense of revulsion linked to the massacre events, to contrasting reflections on the power of the human spirit to overcome adversity and act in solidarity and compassion, our vision was for an emotionally varied, hard hitting, yet sensitively delivered visitor journey.

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