Jinhui Hotel Nanjing

No 288 Baixia Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210001, China
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Nanjing Massacre Memorial Reopening 13th December 2007

by ellyse

As the subject line says, the Nanjing Massacre Memorial will be reopening on 13th December 2007, after being closed for renovations for more than a year.

Nanjing Massacre Memorial official English-language website: http://www.nj1937.org/english

This date is the customary anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre, and 2007 will be the 70th year.

I have been to this memorial at least twice before it was closed for renovation. I can only say that it is a place that any visitor to Nanjing should definitely visit. It is a place that holds a special significance for Nanjing's history and also for China's; and even more so for the tens of thousands who lost their innocent lives there. It stands as a reminder to never take peace for granted; peace that has been only been achieved after the deaths and suffering of an unthinkable amount of people. This is a memorial for those who died wanting peace, but who were unfortunately unable to enjoy it, unlike us today.

A group of friends and I will be making a trip on Thu-Fri 13-14/12 from Shanghai. If anyone is interested in joining us, or is interested in going on a later date, please feel free to contact me for more information. Email directly at ellyse99@yahoo.com and put "VirtualTourist" and your own username in the subject line so that I know who you are, thanks.

Re: Nanjing Massacre Memorial Reopening 13th December 2007

by ellyse

For travellers who read Chinese, this is another good website for information about the Nanjing Massacre: http://neverforget.sina.com.cn

Re: Nanjing Massacre Memorial Reopening 13th December 2007

by MikeySoft

Sometime it is called "The Rape of Nanking" in western countries.


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Re: Nanjing Massacre Memorial Reopening 13th December 2007

by mim95

Just a side note regarding the Nanking Massacre for those who are interested. A movie about the late Iris Chang, the author of The Rape of Nanking, was just released. It's been showing in Canada. I hope it'll make its way around the world.

Re: Nanjing Massacre Memorial Reopening 13th December 2007

by ellyse

Thanks for alerting me to that. :)
Iris Chang the Movie official website: http://www.irischangthemovie.com

Travel Tips for Nanjing

Nanjing Folk Customs Museum

by ellyse

VERY hard to find. I walked for almost 2 hours up and down Shengzhou Lu trying to find it and no one knew what I was looking for. (I don't have communication problems!) If you're using a Chinese map, it's not where it looks like it should be.
Walk northwards from Zhonghua Lu till the junction with Shengzhou Lu, turn left into Shengzhou Lu, then keep walking till you see Zhongshan Nanlu on your right. There's a big ticket office building for long-distance buses at the corner of the junction. Turn right and continue walking down Zhongshan Nanlu and keep an eye out for a big gateway on the left-hand side with 4 Chinese characters on it; if you can read Chinese, it should say "Gan1 Jia1 Da4 Yuan4". If you're asking for directions, asking for this will help MUCH more than asking for a museum, or even asking for the street which the museum is located on! Go through the gateway and walk for a bit, look for no.15 on your left, and that's the museum. The address is 15 Nanbuting (that's Nan2 Bu3 Ting1), call them if you really get stuck! It's quite a big compound so try not to get lost inside :P and there're traditional puppet performances at 1030 and 1430.

Linggu Temple

by yeikloen

The temple was first built in 515 under the reign of the Liang dynasty(502-557). It used to lie at the northeast foot of Mount Zhongshan, i.e. where Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum now locates, since Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang chose the place to be his mausoleum and then the temple was moved to the present place. The temple was named by Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang himself. It used to be large and covered an area of over 30 hectares. Later it was destroyed in warfare under the reign of Emperor Xianfeng and rebuilt under the reign of Emperor Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty(1644-1911).

The Purple Clouds Lake

by marsistanbul

situated several hundred meters to the north of the pond,is an artificial lake with a surface of about 45000sqm.When established in the 1930s,the Administration Office of Dr.Sun Yatsen's Mausoleum decided to build a dam here to store drinking water.Hu Wenhu contributed to the project.Named after the nearby Purple Clouds Cave,the lake lies at the southern slope of Zhongshan Mountain with limpid water and graceful environment.the Purple Clouds Lake has become a good choice for summer picnickers.


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