I took a trip to the The Military Museum of The Chinese People's Revolution today. On display is probably every freaking mortar, machine gun, submachine gun, pistol, tank, etc., of every national make, previous to 1950. There was also a good deal of aircraft, including the remains of two crashed U.S. Spy planes.
Also, there was a detailed military history of China, per the Communist Party (75% of that being after the advent of Mao of course). There were asolutely mind-boggling casualty counts for almost every major 'struggle'.
Most of the museum was in Chinese, but there was some high-platitude commie 'Engrish' to go around too.