- Category: Magazine
- Published: 23 October 2012
- Written by China Underground
- Hits: 2003
In recent years Wuxiang has invested a significant amount of money to develop the project and build the resort that has gained some success. Here you can relive the years of the war against the Japanese. The tourists can wear uniforms and relive the battles with the enemy in a simulated warfare. You can choose whether to side with the Japanese or the revolutionary forces through a series of reconstructions of historical battles. During the war, Wuxiang was the base of the Eighth Route Army and the northern office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. In August of 2011, was held the first "Eighth Route Army Culture and Tourism Festival" for an investment of 500 million yuan. The structure includes a mausoleum dedicated to the guerrillas and some parks where you can deal with improvised militias made up of tourists and extras.
The images were taken by photographer Wang He.