About Changchun: When it was the capital of the puppet state Manchuko, Changchun witnessed the many crimes of the Japanese invaders, and the museum of the Imperial Palace of Manchuko does a good job of demonstrating that. Historical buildings to remind people of this somber time period also include the eight great ministries of Manchukuo and the former location of the State Council of the puppet state Manchuko. The films produced at the Changchun Film Studio have influenced generations of people. You can now experience for yourself advanced film making technology in Changying Century City or go to the Changchun Film Museum to understand the development and history of the film industry as it has taken place here. Jingyue Lake National Forest Park on the outskirts of Changchun is a vast expanse of woodland. Here you can go walking, riding or take a boat ride, and bathe in the embrace of nature.