According to The Church life in Manchuria in the beginning of the XX century by Fr Dionisy Pozdnyaev, a temple was laid on June 29/July 12, 1907 at the new cemetery in Harbin. Archbishop Evsevy (Eusebius) of Vladivostok consecrated the church on November 22/December 5, 1908 in the name of the Dormition of the Theotokos.
In 1930's, a belfry was built near the entrance to the cemetery where the Wuspingkaya Church (Dormition of the Theotokos) was located.
According to Orthodox Churches in N. Manchuria, pg. 41, Archpriest I. Chermuhin was the rector in 1931.
According to Fr. V. Gerasimov, in "Review of the Dioceses of Harbin on October 1, 1939", Heavenly Bread, Harbin, 1939, No. 10, pg. 82-83, the rector was Father P. Lubimov, and the general management of the cemetery was in the hands of the head E.V. Potapov.
It is now the Electronic Amusement Hall located inside the Harbin Cultural Park at Street, District.