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Memorial Hall of New Chinese Cultural Movement

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The Renaissance of Modern China

Previously part of the Beijing University, this Memorial Hall now housed the original document... read more

Reviewed September 24, 2016
Bunnysnaky
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Hong Kong
Origin of the New Chinese Cultural Movement

It is originally the "Red building of Peking University". The Peking University is the cradle for... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2013
liucy752
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Taipei, Taiwan
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24 Sep 2016
“The Renaissance of Modern China”
20 Sep 2013
“Origin of the New Chinese Cultural Movement”
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Reviewed September 24, 2016

Previously part of the Beijing University, this Memorial Hall now housed the original document related to the 'New Culture Movement' - the renaissance of modern China, triggered off by the May Fourth Movement in 1919. The first edition of 'La Jeunesse', or literally 'New Youth',...More

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Reviewed September 20, 2013

It is originally the "Red building of Peking University". The Peking University is the cradle for May 4th Movement (New Cultural Movement) in 1919. I came here in memory of the great educators, revolutionary socialists, and philosophers: Tsai Yuan-Pei , Lu Xun, Chen Duxiu, Li...More

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