Actually, it is the same way that some red museums in China adopt. But what impressed me most was the documentary on the second floor, about an American veteran's "atonement" trip to Vietnam; besides, 90 (%) foreigners were in the museum, which touched me very much. There were similar events and museums in China. Why did you go to this museum? You can see many pictures of the time when the U.S. army invaded Vietnam and military force? It takes a lot of time for many people to stay in this museum, because every picture is introduced and it takes a lot of time to finish. However, if you like to see the museum and look at the past history, this is also quite suitable for you. How many foreigners do Chinese students really understand when they go to red education? It must be said that Vietnam is superior to China in seeking the sympathy and understanding of foreigners and propaganda.