A pawn shop owner in Minnesota claims to have discovered long-lost photos taken during the Nanjing Massacre.
In a video posted to TikTok with over 9.5 million views, Evan Kail says that a customer sent him an old album of photos from World War II with the intention of selling it. When he opened the album and inspected its contents, he found disturbing photos labeled as if they were taken during the December 1937 massacre, which lasted for six weeks and saw at least 200,000 Chinese civilians killed by the Imperial Japanese Army.
A woman was detained after being accused of honoring Japanese war criminals at a Buddhist temple in the Chinese city of Nanjing.
Wu Aping, 31, drew the public’s ire after news broke out on social media that she enshrined six memorial tablets, five of which were dedicated to four Japanese soldiers who took part in the 1937-38 Nanjing Massacre and were convicted of war crimes, at Xuanzang Temple. The sixth tablet was for American missionary teacher Wilhelmina “Minnie” Vautrin, who protected Chinese refuge-seekers at the time.
A woman from Nanjing, capital of eastern China’s Jiangsu Province, was diagnosed with a chronic kidney disease after her failed pursuit of beauty when she went through two straight months of whitening cosmetic treatment.
The 30-year-old woman, identified only by her surname Wang, had mercury poisoning that resulted in her chronic kidney disease.
Li Gaoshan, one of the few survivors of the gruesome Nanjing (Nanking) Massacre that lasted for six weeks in 1937, has died in his home.
News about Li’s passing, who died at the age of 94 years old, was shared on Chinese social media Sina Weibo by the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders, according to China Daily.
Did you know that there is a very special picture hidden on the internet showing a very young Kanye West eating Chinese food in China? Yep… surprising, right?
In light of the disgraceful stunts Logan Paul recently unleashed upon social media, a netizen decided to shift the conversation on a man whose good deeds deserve everyone’s admiration.
Twitter user Heraa Hashmi wrote on Wednesday about a Chinese man named Chen Si, whose efforts in saving more than 300 people from committing suicide has earned him the title of “guardian angel.”
A swarm of Chinese protesters marched in Tokyo on Sunday against APA, the Japanese hotel chain responsible for distributing books that claimed the Nanjing Massacre is pure fiction. However, things got heated when they faced right-wing activists who supported the books.
The Chinese protesters assembled at Shinjuku Central Park before heading to an APA hotel two kilometers away. They carried banners that read, “Boycott APA, safeguard national dignity”, “Freedom of speech shall not violate human conscience” and “Peace shall be treasured,” according to CGTN.