The memoryscapes presented here reveal the war’s continuing memorialisation in a changing regional context.
Matthew Allen (JCU) / Sakamoto Rumi (Auckland), Confusing the Okinawan Memoryscape: the organic memorialisation of the Battle of Okinawa. Read More
Tony Brooks (Cambridge), Chinese views of Japan as seen through the Unit 731 war museum, 1949-2013. Read More
Chan Yang (Bristol), The Fifteen-year War in the PRC’s School Textbooks and National Museums (1949-1982). Read More
Hamzah Muzaini (Wageningen), Sybil’s clinic @ Papan: Remembering a Malaysian war heroine. Read More
Iris Pan Lu (HKU / HKU SPACE), Remembering the pain of “others”: Reflections on the Shanghai Jewish Refugees museum and beyond. Read More
Daniel Schumacher (Essex), The enfranchising dimension of official war commemoration in Hong Kong and Singapore. Read More
Diana Lary (UBC), Memory Times, Memory Places: Public and private memories and commemoration of the Resistance War in China. Read More