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Attractions and Historical Sites
Attractions and Historical Sites
Hutong Culture
Guildhall Culture
Religious Influences
Time-Honoured Brands
Former Residence of Celebrities
Cultural Centres and Museums
Former Residence of Soong Ch’ing-ling

Sitting on Beiyan Lu in the picturesque Rear Lake (Houhai) area of Xicheng District, the Former Residence of Soong Ch’ing-ling once served as the garden of a prince’s mansion. Honorary chairwoman of the People’s Republic of China and wife...

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Former Residence of Li Dazhao

Born in 1889, Li Dazhao was forerunner of China’s communist movement and one of the founders of the Communist Party of China. He lived here in 1920. The Former Residence of Li Dazhao serves as a witness to his revolutionary activities such as...

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Former Residence of Lu Xun

Born in 1881, Lu Xun was among China’s most famous scholars, thinkers, revolutionaries; he was also among the founders of modern Chinese literature and is respected worldwide. He died in 1936. The Former Residence of Lu Xun ...

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Former Residence of Guo Moruo

Guo Moruo was born in 1892 and was a famous writer, scholar, poet, playwright, archaeologist and revolutionary activist. His former residence is a compound with houses around a courtyard. From 1963 until his death in 1978, Guo lived here...

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Former Residence of Mei Lanfang

The former Residence of Mei Lanfang, a renowned Peking Opera star, is a typical compound with houses around a courtyard. It occupies an area of some 1,000 square metres. Originally it was a part of Prince Qing’s Mansion. It houses...

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