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Lu Xun (1881-1936) was one of the first and most influential modern Chinese writers.
Lu Xun (1881-1936) was one of the first and most influential modern Chinese writers. He is most famous for 'The True Story of Ah Q'. The museum consist of Lu Xun's former residence as well as an exhibition hall with exhibits of Lu Xun's personal effects, originals and copies of his works and also exhibits not dirictly related to Lu Xun.
The Lu Xun Museum is housed in the residence of modern Chinese poet and writer Lu Xun (1881 - 1936)
The Miaoying Temple is a Chinese Buddhist temple noted for its 51 metre high white dagoba, crowned with a bronze and wood canopy held by iron chains
Play center for children including ball pool, maze and arts and crafts area
Buddhist temple used to pray for success in business life
Museum showing the life of Mei Lanfang (1894-1961)
Beihai Park is one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved ancient imperial gardens in China, dating back to the 11th century
The drum tower was originally built in 1272 and reconstructed at a new location in 1800