Ground point:No. 5 Guangfu North Road, Changchun City, Jilin Province
Collection boutique:Puyi Diary, Qibao Shaofeng Bottle, Jingren Palace Royal Carpet
Opening hours:From May 1st to October 7th, the exhibition hall will be open from 8:30 to 17:20; from October 1st to April 30th, the exhibition hall will be open from 8:30 to 16:50.
The Puppet Palace Museum is located at No. 5 Guangfu North Road, Changchun City, Jilin Province. It was formerly the official office of the Jihei Transportation Bureau, which manages the salt business of Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces during the Republic of China. It covers an area of 255,500 square meters and has a construction area of 137,000 square meters. .
The Puppet Manchurian Palace has 50 original exhibitions including the Qixi Building, Qinmin Building and Tongde Hall, 2 large-scale basic exhibitions, 3 special exhibitions, 33 temporary exhibitions and 17 domestic exhibitions. 11 exhibitions abroad. The Puppet Palace Palace has a large collection of art works such as the Puppet Manchurian Cultural Relics, Japanese Modern Art Relics, Northeast Modern and Contemporary Cultural Relics, Folk Relics, Modern and Contemporary Paintings, Sculptures, and Non-Genetic Manuscripts.
On May 24, 2007, the Puppet Palace Museum was named the advanced collective of the National Cultural Relics System. In 2009, the Puppet Palace Palace was awarded the fourth batch of national patriotism education demonstration bases. In 2013, the Puppet Palace Museum was rated as a national key cultural relics protection unit. On May 18, 2017, the Puppet Palace Museum was named the National First Class Museum. On October 11, 2018, the Museum of the Puppet Manchu Palace was selected as the “National Primary and Secondary School Students’ Practice Education Base”.
The predecessor of the Puppet Manchurian Palace was the official office of the Jihei Transportation Bureau, which managed the salt trade of Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces during the Republic of China.
On March 9th, 21st, the Republic of China (March 9, 1932), with the support of the Japanese aggressors, Pu Yi became the “Manchu State ruling.”
On April 3, 21, the Republic of China (April 3, 1932), Pu Yi moved here, and this became the “Manchu State Government.”
In the 23rd year of the Republic of China (1934), the Puppet Manchuria was promoted and the Manchuria State was changed to the Manchurian Empire.
On March 1, 23, 1934, Puyi held a grand ceremony in Qinmin Building, and changed from “governing” to “emperor”, and “governing government” was changed to “emperor palace”, commonly known as “The Royal Palace.” Since then, the Puppet Manchu Palace has undergone a large-scale expansion.
In the 23rd year of the Republic of China (1934) to the 29th year of the Republic of China (1940), Huaiyuanlou, Tongde Hall, Dongyu Garden, air defense basement, rockery, Jiale Hall, Jianguo Temple and other buildings were built.
In 1954, the Jilin Provincial Museum was moved from Jilin City to Changchun City, temporarily located in the Puppet Manchurian Palace, with Tongde Hall, Jiale Hall and Painting and Calligraphy Building as its premises.
In July 1962, when Zhou Yang, the then deputy minister of the Central Propaganda Department, visited the site of the Puppet Manchurian Palace, he made “to manage the pseudo-palace of the imperial palace by the cultural department, making it the place where the last half of the emperor of China and the Japanese imperialists invaded the northeast. “The instructions.”
On December 1, 1962, the Standing Committee of the CPC Jilin Provincial Committee made a decision: “Agree to hand over the fake palace ruins to the Provincial Cultural Bureau to organize the exhibition hall.”
On December 24, 1962, the Jilin Province Puppet Palace Exhibition Hall was established. At that time, the foreign pavilion was named: Japan Imperialism Aggression Northeastern 14 Years Crime Exhibition Hall.
On July 28, 1964, the Propaganda Department of the Jilin Provincial Party Committee and the Jilin Provincial Cultural Bureau decided to co-operate with the Jilin Province Puppet Palace Exhibition Hall and the Jilin Provincial Museum.
On August 16, 1982, with the approval of the Jilin Provincial People’s Government, the Jilin Province Puppet Palace Exhibition Hall was restored and the old pseudo-palace site was accepted as the site from Changchun Second Non-Metallic Materials Testing Machine Factory.
In 1984, the main buildings such as Qinmin Building and Qixi Building in the core area of the Puppet Manchu Palace were successively restored and opened to the public. The open area was less than one tenth of the original site of the original site of the Puppet Palace.
In July 2000, the CPC Jilin Provincial Committee and the Jilin Provincial People’s Government decided to transfer the former site of the Puppet Manchu Palace to Changchun City to implement territorial management.
In February 2001, the pseudo-palaceum exhibition hall in Jilin Province was renamed as “Puppet Manchu Palace Museum”.
The Puppet Palace Palace covers an area of 205,500 square meters and a building area of 137,000 square meters. The Puppet Manchurian Palace has 50 original exhibitions including the Qixi House, Qinmin Building, Tongde Hall and other pseudo-manchu courts, 2 large-scale basic exhibitions, 3 special exhibitions, 33 temporary exhibitions, 17 domestic tour exhibitions, and overseas travel. 11 exhibitions. The “Original Exhibition of Tongde Hall” is the largest building in the former site of the Puppet Manchurian Palace, and the building is magnificent, reflecting the royal palace and the architecture of the Sino-Japanese complex. The Puppet Manchurian Palace Museum is one of the more complete court sites in China. The structure of the Puppet Manchurian Palace is ancient and modern, with Chen and Chinese and foreign chowders. It has typical colonial characteristics and reflects the special social conditions of Northeast China at that time.
From emperor to citizen
“From the Emperor to the Citizen – Ai Xinjue Luo · Pu Yi’s Life” The large-scale chronological historical figures exhibition hall is divided into five parts: the last emperor, the Tianjin Yugong, the Puppet Manchu, the special war criminals and the ordinary citizens according to the five stages of Puyi’s life. . The exhibition hall covers an area of 680 square meters and the exhibition line is 240 meters long. There were 421 historical photographs and more than 260 cultural relics.
Tongde Hall original exhibition
The original exhibition of Tongde Hall is an original exhibition of the palace ruins. Built in the 27th year of the Republic of China (1938), the building area is 5,758 square meters. Based on historical photographs and historical documents, the exhibition restores the history of Tongde Hall in accordance with the principle of “repairing the old as the old”. The original appearance, and according to the use and style of each room in the year, was restored.
Northeast Depression History Exhibition Hall
The Museum of History of the Northeast Depression was designed by the Puppet Manchurian Palace in 2005. It is an important part of the construction of the warning cultural education and patriotic education base of the Puppet Palace.
The museum is built in the eastern part of the former site of the Puppet Manchurian Palace. It covers an area of 26,000 square meters and has a building area of more than 8,000 square meters. It has four floors, one underground and three floors above ground. The top floor is an exchange exhibition hall with an exhibition space of approximately 1200 square meters. The museum has launched more than ten special exhibitions to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the “September 18th” Incident, “Hundred Generals Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition”, “Collection of Japanese Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition”, and “Japanese Army Invasion Comics Exhibition”. The other three floors are the main exhibition halls. The exhibition space is about 4,200 square meters. The exhibition is a large-scale basic exhibition “Do not forget “Nine-eighth-eight” – Japan’s aggression in the history of Northeast China.
The museum also has a cultural relics holding warehouse. After the completion of the surveillance room of the anti-theft and fire safety equipment center, the first international academic seminar on funeral research and research, the National Museum Directors Forum, and the government press conference were held here.
The pavilion has two VIP rooms, one of which can be used for government foreign affairs receptions, in addition to welcoming guests.
Exchange exhibition hall
The Exchange Exhibition Hall is located on the third floor of the History Exhibition Hall in the Northeast, with a building area of over 1,200 square meters. There are four sets of glass showcases of more than ten meters, fixed display boards of tens of meters and six sets of movable display boards. There are also more than a dozen temporary exhibition stands in the exhibition hall, and the exhibition line reaches more than 200 meters.
The hall in the exhibition hall is a glass roof with electric sheds to adjust the natural light in the exhibition hall. All the lights in the exhibition hall are dedicated to the exhibition, and can be adjusted according to the needs of the exhibition, and will not damage the cultural relics of the exhibition.
The exhibition hall has held a series of exhibitions including “Lu Xun’s Life and Creation”, “Iranian Culture and Art Exhibition”, “Hanmo Fragrance – Huai’an City Museum, Tibetan Ming and Qing Dynasties Paintings and Calligraphy Exhibition”, “Japan’s 100 Cartoonists’ Letters 8.15”, etc. Several temporary exhibitions.
The multi-purpose hall is located on the second floor of the History Exhibition Hall in the Northeast, with a building area of more than 800 square meters and more than 200 seats. Mainly engaged in various conferences, academic exchanges and performances. There is a multimedia display system and an A/V system in the hall. The multimedia display system consists of a high-brightness, high-resolution projector that can display large screens of various graphic and textual information. The A/V system consists of a computer, DVD, mixer, microphone, amplifier, speaker, digital hard disk recorder and other A/V devices. It can realize the playback function of various graphic and text information, live sound broadcasting and broadcasting functions, and can record the whole process in the hard disk recorder through the digital hard disk recorder.
Collection of cultural relics
The Puppet Palace Palace has a large collection of art works such as the Puppet Manchurian Cultural Relics, Japanese Modern Art Relics, Northeast Modern and Contemporary Cultural Relics, Folk Relics, Modern and Contemporary Paintings, Sculptures, and Non-Genetic Manuscripts. These include the Puyi Diary, the Puppet Manchurian Order, the Japanese famous calligraphy, the paintings, the Japanese Jiugu, the island, the Satsuma and other famous kiln ceramics.
On May 24, 2007, the Puppet Palace Museum was named the advanced collective of the National Cultural Relics System.
In 2009, the Puppet Palace Palace was awarded the fourth batch of national patriotism education demonstration bases.
In 2013, the Puppet Palace Museum was rated as a national key cultural relics protection unit.
On May 18, 2017, the Puppet Palace Museum was named the National First Class Museum.
From 2001 to April 27, 2012, the Puppet Palace Museum was awarded the first batch of national AAAAA-level tourist attractions.
On October 11, 2018, the Museum of the Puppet Manchu Palace was selected as the “National Primary and Secondary School Students’ Practice Education Base”.
Value of action
The main function of the Puppet Palace Museum is to expose the criminal acts of Japan’s invasion and occupation of the Northeast China, the enslavement of the northeastern people, and the puppet emperor Pu Yi’s quest for glory in the country, and to carry out patriotism and the near masses of the masses, especially the young people. Modern history education has played an irreplaceable role in carrying out patriotic education for the broad masses of the people, especially young people.
The exhibition “From Emperor to Citizen – Ai Xinjue Luo·Pui Yi’s Life” shows the legendary experience of Pu Yi from the last emperor of the Qing Dynasty, the emperor, the war criminals and the transformation into a new Chinese citizen; The story shows a historical change and the truth of the times that it reflects, criticizing the decay of the feudal system; profoundly exposing the Japanese aggressors to manipulate the pseudo-Manchurian state power headed by Pu Yi and bloody colonization of the people of Northeast China. The crime of domination; praised the broad minds of the Chinese Communist Party and humanitarian policies. The exhibition is the only exhibition in China that comprehensively and objectively reflects the life of Puyi.
The exhibition “The Original Exhibition of Tongde Hall” reproduces the Tongde Hall including the wide room, the worship room, the meeting room, the Chinese room, the piano room, the billiard room, the movie hall, the horse racing gallery, the funeral living area, the Li Yuqin living area, and the promenade. Waiting for the room and the scene, the architecture itself and the interior decoration reflect the colonial character. The restoration of Tongde Hall reveals this historical and cultural connotation. It concentrates on representing and embodying the unique characteristics of the Puppet Manchurian Palace, so its restoration is irreplaceable.
The Puppet Palace Museum is located at No. 5 Guangfu North Road, Changchun City, Jilin Province.
Tickets will be sold from 8:30 to 16:10 from May 1st to October 7th, and the exhibition hall will be open from 8:30 to 17:20.
Tickets will be sold from 8:30 to 15:40 from October 1st to April 30th, and the exhibition hall will be open from 8:30 to 16:50.
Bus route: Take Changchun Bus 264 and Light Rail Line 4 to get off at the Puppet Palace Station. Take Changchun Bus 318 Road, Changchun Bus 225 Road, Changchun Bus 279 Road, Changchun Bus 125 Road and get off at Shaanxi Road 1000 meters northbound.