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Jilin Provincial Museum holds exhibition on Jilin people's revolutionary history

On September 3, the day marking the 74th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, Jilin Provincial Museum held an exhibition to showcase the revolutionary history of Jilin people. The exhibition is also one of the museum's activities to mark the 70th founding anniversary of the People's Republic of China.

The first of its kind in the museum's history, the exhibition was divided into three parts – anti-imperialism and feudalism, resistance against Japanese aggression, and people's liberation.

Altogether 169 cultural relics from the Jilin Provincial Museum went on show, including national level-1 pieces and other valuable pieces.

To give visitors a more direct sense of what happened, the revolutionary scenes at Jilin Yuwen Secondary School, at the secret camps of the Northeast Anti-Japanese United Army and at an offensive in 1947, were reconstructed at the exhibition.

In addition, the exhibition featured an intelligence deciphering activity which allows visitors to experience how to decipher a piece of intelligence in the revolutionary years by scanning a QR code with their mobile phones.