Dandong, Liaoning, the city of Anshan, west of the Yellow Sea, is separated from North Korea by a river, which is called the Yalu River. The river is clear and the water is flowing. In the early morning, the river surface in some areas is covered with white mist. A fog locks the wonderful fairyland of the Yalu River, making people forget to return and can't bear to leave. Every night, the riverside prosperous people flow, singing and dancing, and looking across the river, the opposite of the North Korean city buildings seem a bit lonely.
A bright five-star red flag fluttering in the wind, a picture telling the long history of the Yalu River Broken Bridge, and taking a break from the broken bridge, a national pride is born from the bottom of the heart, a tall building in Dandong The building and the luxurious tourist vessels all indicate the speed of the city's development. Peng Dehuai's statue of the volunteers against the US aid and the DPRK is particularly passionate. I imagined that the figure of the revolutionary martyrs had passed through the bridge and paid blood and life. The old bullet holes and the twisted bridge deck silently tell the heroic war, and feel how happy life is in the present peace. At the beginning, the Yalu River Broken Bridge was responsible for the volunteers crossing the bridge and the munitions of the military. It played a big role. In order to cut off this lifeline, the US military invaded the bridge and broke the bridge over the North Korean side. Today, the bridge in China is still intact and has become a patriotic education base and tourist attraction.