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Qiu Jin's Former Residence

There is no denying the fact that she was an outstanding figure; She used to practise sword-playing every night." The poem described Qiu Jin(1875-1907) as a chinese national heroine of her age. Her former residence named Hechangtang is located at the southern foot of Ta hill and still well preserved. The architectural design of Hechangtang is a representation of the traditional style of dwellings in South-East-China during the Qing Dynasty. Qiu Jin's former residence
A bedroom of Qiu Jin

Ancestral Home Of Late Primier Zhou Enlai

Zhou Enlai's residence
Hall of One Hundred Years
The Ancestral Home of Zhou En lai is located at the Laodong Road in Shaoxing city. It was first build during the years of the reign of Hongwu in the Ming Dynasty.

In 1698, when one of the ancestors of Zhou En lai, Mrs. Wang was one hundred years old The imperial court of the Qing Dynasty conferred Mrs. Wang a noble titleŠ¤a horizontal inscribed board with four Chinese characters meaning "congratulations to you on your birthday of one hundred years old".

That is why the ancestral residence of Zhou En-lai was named "Hall of one Hundred Years" The ancestors of Zhou En lai have lived there for generations.

In March of 1939 Zhou En-lai launched a revolutionary movement in Shaoxing. A lot of precious historical relics have been left.

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