A production company affiliated with the Chinese military have produced a movie The Cairo Declaration as part of the 70th anniversary commemorations of Japan’s surrender in WWII which depicts Mao Zedong as an important participant in the Cairo conference of 1943. A conference he never attended.

“By featuring Mao, who was not present at the meeting, but excluding Chiang, the poster shows no respect for history nor to Mao,” culture critic Sima Pingbang was quoted as saying by the Global Times tabloid.

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