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I came here at night. It's a bit boring but will be no harm from enjoying the view.
You should know that they switch off the lights by 10 pm so put that on mind.
There are some malls in the area also some restaurants...More
Just a landmark. Nothing special.
It is the largest steel sculpture in China in memory of May Fourth Movement。
The core of this movement is selective adoption of Western ideals of "Mr. Science" and "Mr. Democrat" in order to strengthen the new nation in 1919....More
May 4th square is on metro line 3. The statue itself isn’t amazing and just very typical of Chinese squares but it’s right by the harbour and Olympic torch. The harbour is a really nice walk and has a market (though everyone is selling the...More
Nothing special, clean and crowded when I went during the October holiday. A monument to celebrate the young people's, certainly looks modern. But nothing much going on there other than the required photo/selfie, with the red structure in the background. A case of seen it,...More
This is a must-see attraction on any Qingdao visit, and a beautiful piece of art with deep historical significance.
The park itself is nice, but nothing special. The Ocean Walk is a pleasant place to look out on the Olympic Sailing Center, but features an...More
Perhaps the Chinese forget the reason this monument is here , perhaps they remember but the government is making sure you don’t remember, but this monument stands for the students and people to refuse given away their land to the Japanese’s and were willing to...More