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Duolun Road
Duolun Road is a significant and commemorable street in Shanghai. It was built in 1911. The shaped road's both ends were joined to the prosperous North Sichuan Road near Lu Xun Park and Hongkou Stadium. The length of it is only about half a mile. The street is both narrow and short, and is also winding and deep and quiet, edged by little buildings of various styles, row upon row. The road today is a famous pedestrian street for tourism and commerce. The history of ... more
Fitch Memorial Church
The Fitch Memorial Church (also called Hongde Temple in Chinese) is a Christian church located in Hongkou. George Field Fitch (費啟鴻), a missionary of American Presbyterians North, served in China for more than 50 years, died in 1923. In memory of G.F. Fitch, the church was built in 1928. George Field Fitch served for The American Presbyterian Mission Press, and helped Chinese to establish their modern printing and publishing industry. With his helps, four ... more
Hongkou Football Stadium
Hongkou Football Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Shanghai. Located in Hongkou District, the stadium has a capacity of 33,060 people. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium was re-built in 1999 over the previous 46-year-old Hongkou Stadium. It hosted the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup. It's home to the Shanghai Shenhua football club. ... more
Lu Xun Park
Formerly called Hongkou Park for the district it lies in, this park was established in 1905, by Shanghai International Settlement's Municipal Council. Today, it offers a small amusement park and a great inflatable playground for kids. The park has been renamed for China's best-known 20th-century writer, Lu Xun (1881-1936), who lived in this neighborhood from 1927 until his death. Known as the "father of modern Chinese literature" because of his role in developing ... more
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