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Madam Song is the great modernization woman who has involved in dynamics driving of new Chinese society movement.
A noble well educated Chinese lady who has devoted herself to promoted and improved beneficial of Chinese society development.
Former Residence of Soong Ching Ling is available from 9:00 to 17:30, I came here when it was 9:00 and finished my visit at 10:30, so visitors usually have ample time to visit. It's really convenient to get here since Beijing's subway covered nearly everywhere...More
The gardens of this former residence is beautiful, very tranquil and good for photo shots. She used to keep doves and you can see them at the back of the residence. A very peaceful place for a stroll which you can make a stop as...More
Knowing little of Soong Ching Ling before this visit I found the information on her available here was plentiful, interesting and very educational. The actual house reflects how she lived very well and the grounds are wonderful. Not only did I learn about her here...More
Located in the Shichaihai area , this lakeside residence includes a museum, lovely gardens and a courtyard. The museum details the life of Soong Ching Ling until her death in 1981. There are many paintings, momentos and exhibits on display here. There are not many...More
It was not a planned visit, but I came across this place while wandering in the hutong area. This residence has a garden, courtyard and a 2-storey museum. It was peaceful here as it wasn’t a major tourist attraction. There are many paintings and exhibits...More
In the Houhai lake area. The East side of the residence is under renovation from Mar 21 to May 21, and you must enter on the western gate. Only access to the museum and the former residence is available. No access to garden. The museum...More
This mansion is situated in the hutong district, by the lake and combines historic buildings, rooms and furniture, as well as a charming garden and a small but very interesting memorial museum. A must if you are interested in the Revolution.