The massacre museum reminds me of other similar types of museums (like Holocaust museums, war memorials, cemeteries, etc). It tried to be everything, and couldn't.
The museum part had decent English, although somewhat slanted history. The "Vietnam War memorial"-style name wall was interesting because all the names were in Chinese. I thought it was a bit bizarre to have an open pit of victim bones, but there's got to be a cultural difference there that makes it ok. All in all, it's worth seeing once if you're in the area and don't have anything better to do.
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