The museum is huge and largely dependent on visitors reading long passages (written in Mandarin) about the history of Communism in China. On one visit, no English audio-translators were available, so we quickly looked at the displays, paintings and occasional diorama but most of the information was lost to us. Having been there before, I know that you learn much about propaganda and the Chinese interpretation of 20th century history. However, the building is not heated, so it can be very uncomfortable in cooler weather.
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