Japanese wartime bullets discovered
A Chinese villager has discovered a cache of 1,555 bullets left by Japanese troops decades ago. Cui Xin from Yongchang village in Jidong county discovered two rotten wooden boxes on the banks of a river on Tuesday, inside which was the ammunition. He informed the border police, who later announced that the bullets, weighing 47.5 kilograms, were still live. The ammunition is believed to have been left by Japanese troops during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression from 1937 to 1945. They have been passed on to the authorities.