In 1932 the Japanese set up a State Council with Puyi, the last emperor of China, as its head. Known as the Manchukuo, it governed from 1932 until 1945. These eight buildings, namely eight branches of Manchukuo, were built combining Chinese style and Western style into one entity. Surrounded by green trees, exotic moods filled the air.
The buildings were built in 1936 and they could be divided into eight departments or branches of the Manchukuo, namely the department of public security, department of justice, department of economy, department of communications, department of agriculture, department of culture and education, department of foreign affairs, department of health and department of comprehensive justice.
The buildings that housed these departments are in the center of Changchun and each has their own unique and distinctive characteristics.
Location: Xinmin Avenue, Changchun
Entrance Fee: Free
Opening Hours: 8:00-18:00
Transportation: Take Bus No.13 or 258.
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