Sand sculptures depict victory in war against Japanese aggression

Chinese Culture

Sand sculptures depict victory in war against Japanese aggression

A themed sand sculpture exhibition has opened to the public for free in Funing County of east China’s Jiangsu Province to mark the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese People’s War Against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War.

The exhibition, which has attracted a large number of students and residents, consists of 28 groups of sand sculptures depicting significant incidents and battles of the war, including the Nanjing Massacre, the July 7 (Marco Polo Bridge) Incident, and the Battle Involving Hundred Regiments.

The exhibition gives visitors an opportunity to learn about the Japanese aggressors’ atrocities and Chinese people’s efforts in resisting the aggression while inspiring their patriotic enthusiasm.

Sand sculptures depict victory in war against Japanese aggression

A themed sand sculpture exhibition has opened to the public for free in Funing County of east China's Jiangsu Province to mark the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese People's War Against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War.

“To arrange such a visit we mean to have the students remember the history and encourage them to study hard,” said Qi Jian, a teacher at Funing County.

Students said they will study more diligently in order to serve the country in the future after visiting the exhibition.

“There were so many soldiers who resisted against the Japanese aggression and made sacrifices for the country’s liberation. As a high school student, I wish prosperity to my country and peace to the world,” said Guo Jiahao, a student.