Snippets of History: “A documentary about the history of Japanese orphans in China after the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1931-45) will be filmed under cooperation between two companies from China and Japan, according to a press conference held in Changchun, Northeast China’s Jilin Province on Wednesday #AceHistoryDesk report

#AceHistoryReport – July.16: The film’s director Liu Guojun said at the conference that Japanese children (under 13 years old) were abandoned in China and raised by Chinese people after the war: China has about 5,000 Japanese orphans, about 90 percent of whom are distributed in the three provinces in Northwest China and North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region:

File photo shows Lugou Bridge occupied by Japanese invaders in Beijing. China was the first nation to fight against fascist forces. The struggle started on September 18, 1931, when Japanese troops began their invasion of northeast China. It was intensified when Japan’s full-scale invasion began after a crucial access point to Beijing, Lugou Bridge, also known as Marco Polo Bridge, was attacked by Japanese troops on July 7, 1937. (Xinhua) Global Times” https://t.co/MsMSVq9pOr

The film will be based on the stories of the Chinese adoptive parents, Japanese orphans and their descendants: The documentary will be filmed by a joint team from Changchun TV station based in Jilin Province and commercial television news network All-Nippon News Network from Japan………..Experts from China and Japan will be invited to hold script seminars and conduct extensive and in-depth research and interviews………….The documentary is scheduled to be officially filmed in the winter of 2020, and will be broadcast in China and Japan after its production, according to a report by China News.

#AceHistoryDesk report ………….Published: July.16: 2020:

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Snippets of History: Five Xumishan Grottoes dating back to over 1,500 years ago in Northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region reopened to the public on Wednesday after being closed for 38 years #AceHistoryDesk report

#AceHistoryReport – July.16: The reopening aims to allow tourists to enjoy the ancient Chinese cultural heritage more closely, according to a report by China News.

Xumishan Grottoes in Northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region Photo: Snapshot of Xinhua News: Global News Times: https://t.co/Ynb2gdwXXM

China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced Tuesday to resume group tours across China: The Xumishan Grottoes, originally built in the late period of the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534), have 162 caves and more than 1,000 statues, which are scattered on eight mountain peaks that are two kilometers long:

As a main stretch of the ancient Silk Road, it is one of the top ten grottoes in China and was listed as a key state-level cultural site in 1982: Due to destructive human behaviors and natural disasters, cultural relic experts from across China began its restoration project in April, according to reports.

#AceHistoryDesk report ……………..Published: July.16: 2020:

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