BEIJING, July 27 (ChinaMil) -- An exhibition marking the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) at the Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution will be open to the public from July 27.
The diary of Zhou Baozhong, who was one of leaders of the Northeast Anti-Japanese United Army, is the museum's latest collection and also on exhibition. His diary is a precious memory of the Northeast Anti-Japanese United Army.
Around 30 descendants of the Northeast Anti-Japanese United Army soldiers including Zhou Baozhong's daughter Zhou Wei, visited the exhibition.
Many visitors have left their own feelings in the message books at the exit of the exhibition hall after visiting the exhibition.
A woman, whose son is a soldier, wrote after seeing the exhibition: "I am the first one to enter and the last one to leave today. I will tell my son to work harder in the army and contribute to our country."
The exhibition will be open until October 31, 2017. Group and individual visitors can reserve through the official website or the WeChat account of the museum.