Longling "Comfort Station" 龙陵慰安所

During the war, Japan forced many women into prostitution at so-called "Comfort Stations" 慰安所. In Longling 龙陵 the building, once the home of a wealthy family, has survived and is now a museum and memorial.
Museum display of the fate of a local girl, 李莲春, captured to serve as a sex slave by the Japanese (1)
Museum display of the fate of a local girl, 李莲春, captured to serve as a sex slave by the Japanese (5)
Li Lianchun 李莲春, unlike many others who were murdered when the Japanese retreated, survived her ordeal.
Museum display of the fate of a local girl, 李莲春, captured to serve as a sex slave by the Japanese (2)
Museum display of the fate of a local girl, 李莲春, captured to serve as a sex slave by the Japanese (6)
"Work" roster
Museum display of the fate of a local girl, 李莲春, captured to serve as a sex slave by the Japanese (3)
Museum display of the fate of a local girl, 李莲春, captured to serve as a sex slave by the Japanese (8)
The Dong Family 董家 home was converted into a Japanese brothel in 1942 and is now a museum and memorial.