Nanjing has held a giant ceremony to commemorate the deaths from the Nanjing Massacre 80 years ago.
A story of Ookado Takako, a Japanese woman who directs a chorus which draws its inspiration from the aftermath of the Nanjing Massacre.
Chris Magee, an American photographer and grandson of John Magee, is shooting a film about the changes that have taken place in Nanjing over the past 80 years.
Commemoration ceremonies are underway in Nanjing this week ahead of the national memorial day, which is set to take place tomorrow.
A number of Japanese scholars and observers are suggesting the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre should be a time for Japan to reflect on its aggressive past.
Guan Guangjing, the oldest survivor of the Nanjing Massacre, passed away at the age of 100 on Sunday, leaving the number of registered survivors of the holocaust at less than 100.
The Japanese government has been asked once again to apologize to the victims of the Nanjing Massacre and their surviving relatives and to pay suitable compensation.
A Japanese man has donated 16 Chinese historical military documents to the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall.