Visitors look at an interactive panorama of the Marco Polo Bridge incident, which sparked the Second Sino-Japanese war, at a memorial museum in Wanping town, west of Beijing, in 2015. Photo: Simon Song Visitors look at an interactive panorama of the Marco Polo Bridge incident, which sparked the Second Sino-Japanese war, at a memorial museum in Wanping town, west of Beijing, in 2015. Photo: Simon Song
Visitors look at an interactive panorama of the Marco Polo Bridge incident, which sparked the Second Sino-Japanese war, at a memorial museum in Wanping town, west of Beijing, in 2015. Photo: Simon Song

HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education

Letters | Hong Kong DSE row shows Japanese atrocities not forgotten, and highlights need to remember those who suffered

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Visitors look at an interactive panorama of the Marco Polo Bridge incident, which sparked the Second Sino-Japanese war, at a memorial museum in Wanping town, west of Beijing, in 2015. Photo: Simon Song Visitors look at an interactive panorama of the Marco Polo Bridge incident, which sparked the Second Sino-Japanese war, at a memorial museum in Wanping town, west of Beijing, in 2015. Photo: Simon Song
Visitors look at an interactive panorama of the Marco Polo Bridge incident, which sparked the Second Sino-Japanese war, at a memorial museum in Wanping town, west of Beijing, in 2015. Photo: Simon Song
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