In Wuxiang county, Shanxi province, the Eighth Route Army Culture Park allows visitors to dress up as WWII-era Chinese or Japanese troops and have at each other in mock battles with pretend guns.
Brian Ashcraft reports for Kotaku:
The theme park features trench simulation scenarios based on the video game Stalker that allow visitors to don either Japanese or Eight Route Army outfits and shoot toy weapons. The Eighth Route Army was a unit of the National Revolutionary Army that fought against the Japanese. Besides dressing as them, visitors can also ride a train and shoot at Japanese soldiers.
There are even live-action performances that show actors dressed as Japanese troops that stick samurai swords in plainclothes Eighth Route Army soldiers and then shoot them.
[87 year-old Eighth Route Army vet Duan Yirong], however, is supportive of the theme park, saying, “It brings alive the heroic history and nightmarish days we endured. It opens a frightening window on war but also conveys the meanings of loyalty and sacrifice.”