My dad was WWII veteran defending the Burma Rd. He was in the 987 Special Operations Unit (Part of The 14th) under the Air Force. He has been commander of the BR Kimlau American legion Part in the 1960.
Helen Chu – Hirschberg
This place has timely enlightened and fans at me much of the less known history of WWII. The Chinese/easters part of the war is something that everyone should learn if they want to learn something new and interesting . Overall I feel like I’m going to pursue more of this knowledges and maybe inform others of this piece of history.
Very well informed and informative. Very important not forget history less we pep eat it.
– McKinney, TX
Well, we found a treasure! This exhibit was very moving. Thank you.
– Oakland, CA
Fantastic — I had no idea this was here, my students will be fascinated when I bring them. My only wish would be bodes.
Thank you for working to preserve the memory of conflict and overcoming adversity. Very welcoming and helpful staff!
– Greenville SC 29680
I was thought a lot about WWII, A sad moment in humanity’s history. A period of lock of innocence. We have to remember it, teach it , so that it never happens again.
I know that people can be awful to one another especially in-dimes of war. I hope that in knowing how bad it was that people will learn from it and be kinder and more respectful to one another.
Thank you for being here and sharing the history 🙂
– From California, in Berkeley.
Keep up with the history and achievements, memory of our generation.
-Lawrence Chien, MD
Consider putting the memorial on TripAdvisor. I will make a woir. Very nice – Keep history alive!!
A very fascinating story that I never heard about before. Thank you for sharing this part of history.
Lars Vlu Group
Great museum. This is a great way for the young to know about China in WWII.
-Stone Vally Middle School
Thank you veterans from the past for our bright peace in the future and education.
Sean. US Army
-85-87 West Germany
This was a great experience. The museum gave us a great insight to the war that China played in WWII. Thank you China.
An enriching experience to visit this exhibition — most memorable
Jeter + Lorraine
We appreciated this exhibit and the fine explanations by the volunteer docent. So good to learn the history of this sad history.
Lisa + Doug
A very interesting exhibition — Fascinating and moving cartoons from the Shenyang POW Camp.
My grandfather fought the Japanese in Burma. Now I live in Japan with my Japanese wife and two sons.
My husband’s father served in China during WW2.
My name is Riley Gee and my great grandfather served as a flight mechanic in the Flying Tiger. This museum is very interesting and I enjoyed it.
It is always important to learn about all sides of one story. This place helped bring to light more of what I didn’t know. God bless those who had to suffer for our greater good.
This is a great exhibition, I didn’t know about those pow camps in China. My mother often mentioned to me about those air raid shelters. World War 2 Generation does not usually talk about the War since it was a painful experience, same with any other war. Only veterans talk about it among themselves. And take it to their graves.
If it wasn’t for this exhibition then this part of history will be lost forever. No people want peace more than soldiers and veterans. So the exhibit is not here to 6 certified war. It’s the opposite. To many sure, it will not happen again. Peace on Earth goodwill to meet women blessed are the peace waker. I salute you for putting up this exhibition.
My father’s name is ONN MANN LIANG（梁安民）born in Guang Zhou, China 1901. Graduate from Kwang Tong Engineering College, Major in Railroad Engineering in 1922, Came over to American in 1922 as a foreign student and attended Michigan State University from 1924 to 1926, major in Cwil Engineering, upon Graduation worked for The State of Michigan as a bridge designer till 1932. When the depression came alone. Then returned to China. Worked as the department head of the engineering department for the Guang Zhou Government and at the same time opened his own engineering firm. From 1939 till 1945 worked for the US Army as a Contractor in KuKong( KuKong is now known as Shao Kuan/韶关), China. From 1948 to 1949 worked for the US Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to China, did repair work for the Sun Kwong Dyke Construction of the maternity ward and nurse dormitory of the Fong Pin Hospital.
I believe my uncle worked for the Flying Tiger as a civic engineer in China. His name is Wings Chan(陈荣士 1969～1971)
-Bennett Liang 梁立本
What an insightful and informative museum. Frank made my expertness more impressive with his commentary as he walked me through the museum. I’m grateful for the time and attention placed into the creation of the vides and photos. May God bless you all!
-Mike Mchugh, Phoenix, AZ
This museum is amazing. What a gem in San Francisco – full of history and artifacts on the war in the Pacific. Thank you for creating this museum I will share the website with my student.
-Ivy Schamis, History Teacher
Be Respectful, for everyone. 敬上！铭记！
-谭人滔，夏彦迪，谢俊甫， Fremont, CA
-Janis from Irvine, CA
Enlightening & insightful display of a memory worth per-serving. Thank you for keeping this exhibition accessible for all of us!
– Karolyn Xie from New York
The exhibition is well curated and filled with lessons we must not forget. God Bless
-唐中志, 黄家梅 来自广西
“Excellent museum showcasing what life was like for WW2 POWs. Also holds historical info regarding Chinese efforts in WW2. Would recommend to anyone visiting SF! Thank you.”
“While wandering around S.F. waiting to see my daughter on Father’s Day, I decided to step into this exhibit. I am so glad I did! It was great to learn something new. We must never forget things like this.”
“We are glad you have created these memorials/museums. Peace is needed in our hearts and minds.”
-Patricia, Ron, & Ryan
“Since elementary school, i had always been a huge WWII history buff, But I never really delved into the Chinese role in the Second World War. I had always dismissed their part as minor, however, after reading a book about the battle in Shanghai, I realized how deep and large the Chinese conflict was. The Second Japanese war is an extremely interesting part of history and I am glad to have researched it. I think it is really great that the WWII pacific Memorial Hall is helping to spread more awareness for China’s critical struggle.”
-David, Middle School Student form Austin, Texas
“Thank you for sharing this information. It was nice learning more about WW2 in Asia.”
“Thank you for presenting and telling this story of an awful chapter in history. Our thanks and gratitude are extremely to all who are working so hard to reserve and build a future world in peaceful. All we thank in particular the officials, man and women who are working to bring the Korean family together in peace.”
“We loved the exhibit of Camp in Shenyang. We lived and worked in Shenyang for 2 years, at the US consulate. When we were there,2004-2006, we visited Camp ,which is still there.”
“I enjoyed learning, about all of the information on exhibit. I also was very pleased with Frank. He was very helpful and pleasant. Thank you for being here.”
“Very interesting museum, we enjoyed it, very friendly and informative volunteer.”
“This place is incredible. I learned a lot about POWs and how they were treated in the war.”
“As an average middle schooler, I believe this was one of the best experience in my trip to chain town.”
“This place is really cool! Best field trip ever!”
– Students from Charlotte Wood Middle School