Many ceramic bombs and a three-meter-tall white balloon are on display at the Exhibition Hall of Evidences of Crime Committed by Unit 731 of the Japanese Imperial Army in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province.
On Tuesday, a report made by Chaoyang District People's Court said that it heard 188 such lawsuits from January 2015 to March this year; Haidian District People's Court concluded 55 such cases between January 2016 and February this year.
In addition, the mayor said globally known theme parks and beautiful villages with charming characteristics will be developed to lure tourists.
"Such new labor cases have been a challenge for our hearings, and the number is still going up," the court told China Daily, though it did not give an exact citywide figure.
"The workers made decisions on when and where to provide the services by themselves, and they didn't agree on salaries with the app operators," said Xiao Wei, another judge of the court. "In other words, the platform just shared clients' information with them instead of managing them."
Last year, as part of its China Ready initiative, the Scottish capital launched Scotland's first-ever destination campaign on influential Chinese social media sites Weibo and WeChat. The campaign was funded by the VisitScotland Growth Fund.