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  • Military parade
  • China plans to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, including inviting foreign militaries to participate in a parade on September 3 in Beijing.
  • Exhibitions
  • China will hold photo exhibitions in more than 150 countries and regions throughout August and September to mark the 70th anniversary of its WWII victory on September 3.
  • TV, theaters
  • China's silver screens and theater stages will be dominated by a wave of war stories about Japan's invasion of China in the early half of the 20th century, as China prepares to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII.
  • Natural that Park attend parade
  • Whether the president of the Republic of Korea will attend a military parade on Sept 3 in Beijing has stirred up a heated debate between the ROK and Japan and the United States. [Read more]
A busy schedule awaits participants in Thursday morning's victory parade in Tian'anmen Square. [Read more]
President Xi Jinping granted medals to 30 Chinese and foreign veterans and civilians who fought for China in World War II, ahead of the country's high-profile V-Day celebrations.[Read more]

The people of Israel said a joint thank you to Shanghai for the protection the city provided during World War II. In the 60-second-long video, lots of people expressed their gratitude. [Read more]

Although 103 years old and confined to a wheelchair, Liu Sengyao was transported back almost 80 years as he demonstrated the oath he took to general Zhang Zhizhong before leading his company as acting captain into action against the Japanese army in Yuepu Town in Baoshan District, during the second Battle of Songhu in 1937.

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