In a slightly odd location (basement of a residential building in a residential area), but a great museum. I was surprised at how balanced (even critical) the exhibits were about propaganda, the cultural revolution, Mao, and such. It's not a whitewash of history, but a thoughtful exploration of how propaganda was used. Also a cool gift shop where you can buy reprints of many of the posters.
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