jeudi 21 juillet 2011

China: The Museum of espionage closed to the public!

An unusual museum dedicated to espionage was inaugurated in May 2009 at the Centre for Education on National Security in the city of Nanjing in Jiangsu, a province in eastern China. Access is prohibited to foreigners due to sensitive information.
Guns hidden in pens, cigarettes, tubes of lipstick, canes and flashlights, listening devices and hidden documents in card games. The classic of an old James Bond China's Maoist era.
According to the newspaper "Le Matin of Nanking", the museum is built in two overlapping circles, one representing the moon, another sun to signify the cause of state security is as bright as the sun and moon together ... and the world of espionage is always double-sided!
Chinese visitors only cheminent across four areas:
-The period from the founding of the Communist Party to power up in Beijing by Mao Zedong in 1949 that pays tribute to "unsung heroes working in the heart of the enemy."
-The period following the advent of New China that glorifies the departments of State Security has consolidated the new regime.
-The international espionage in the twentieth century.
-The challenges of State Security today.
Woe to the Chinese visitor wishing to get out of the picture "pirates".
There is one in Washington and another in London, but open to the public!

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