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Former Residences of Notables

we do think the 5,000 years splendid China culture and civilization is created by some people who stick firmly to his/her dreams and idea and do what they can do in positive ways to push the development of his/her dream and idea, as well as the civilization of China. So, the former residences of these people become nice places to know them.

  • The Former Residence of Chen Yun

    Situated in the birthplace of Chen Yun, Liantang Town, Qingpu District of Shanghai, the Former Residence of Chen Yun and Qingpu Revolutionary History Memorial Hall is a biographical exhibition hall that displays the whole life of Chen Yun and the great history of socialist revolution and construction of the Qingpu people. Chen Yun was a great politician, outstanding Marxist and proletarian revolu
  • Former Residence of SunYatsen

    At No.7 Xiangshan Road, Shanghai, stands a two-storey European-style building. It may not be remarkable among the surrounding high buildings and imposing mansions but it has won deep admiration and reverence from visitors since it was opened to the public in 1988. It is the Former Residence of Sun Yat-sen, the great precursor of the Chinese democratic revolution, the founder of the Republic of Chi
  • Former Residence Of Soong Ching Ling

    History of Former Residence Of Soong Ching Ling   Soong Ching Ling was San Yat-Sen’s wife. San Yat-Sen is called the Founding Father of Modern China since he led the first Nationalist revolution against the Qing Empire and was the first president. She was noted for continuing to support the Communists after her husband died. The residence is quite big. This residence was a former Qing Dynasty
  • Bruce Lee Ancestor's House

    Introduction of Bruce Lee Ancestor's House   Bruce Lee Ancestor's House has been a senic spot for his fanatic fans and martial arts lovers. As an outstanding Chinese Kung Fu master and action movie star, Bruce Lee contributed greatly to promote Chinese martial arts and Kung Fu films. Although he lived a short life for only 30 years, his radiance of glory overshadows any other Chinese Kung Fu st
  • Thatched Cottage of Du Fu

    As one of the famous and greatest poets, Du Fu was exiled to Chengdu from Gansu Province in CE 759, at age 47, amidst a period of considerable social upheaval during the Tang (CE 618-907) Dynasty. What he had was only a simple cottage constructed on the bank of a small, idyllic brook, where he liver and wrote poems the next four years, despite the hard conditions of the next four years, this perio