Dr. Sun Yat-Sen
Father of the Chinese Republic

The next stop on our tour was the Memorial Middle School of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen and his home. He practiced as a physician in Macau from 1892 until 1894 when he returned to China. Dr. Sun Yat-Sen is recognized as the father of the 1911 Chinese Revolution.

The grounds were beautifully manicured but there was no evidence of children anywhere to be found. I would have expected children to be everywhere but there were none.

Anne resting on the steps
The grounds were beautifully manicured and well taken care of as were the classroom buildings (picture above and left).

The Chinese equivalent of a gazebo
in the gardens at the school

A chalk drawing of Chairman Mao's
profile. The chalkboard was outside and
over 20 feet long. Since the writing was all
in Chinese I have no way of knowing what it said.

The garden at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's home

Entrance to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's home

Anne standing next to some of
her favorites ... roses

A statue of a fish in the
Lilly pond
Enough of this. Now let's go some place really interesting. To a Chinese market ...
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