Having seen Puyi's My First Half Life, I have always been interested in the management of war criminals. When we arrived at the scene, we found that the scale was very large and there were many houses. There are two exhibitions on the transformation of Japanese war criminals and the transformation of the last emperor. The exhibits are rich and varied, and the exhibition can be seen to be very elaborate. It restores many scenes of Puyi's transformation, which are involved in Puyi's works. In today's tense Sino-Japanese relations, it is more realistic to understand the Chinese government's lenient attitude towards Japanese war criminals at that time.
It's not a very good place, but Puyi, the last emperor who was imprisoned, is famous all over the world. At the end of Ming Dynasty, Emperor Chongzhen chose to live better than die better, while at the end of Qing Dynasty, the emperor chose to live better than die in his own place of Longxing.
Fushun War Criminals Management Institute, which has detained Puyi and Japanese invaders in China, is of great commemorative significance. The tour here must be explained by a guide, otherwise you can't understand it. The only pity is that we are too tolerant and courteous to war criminals.
As a Fushun man, he has never visited this well-known building both at home and abroad. Its fame should be with the last emperor Puyi "my first half of life" and famous, no textual research, but it is true that every mention, the first thought is Puyi. As a base of patriotism and modern Chinese history education, it is not cheap to accept admission tickets. I don't know what I want to do.
It's worth going. It reflects our wisdom in managing war criminals.
It's near my home, Fushun Scenic Spot. It's OK to have a look.
The last emperor lived here and now is the baptism of the sinners'hearts.