Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Father of the Chinese Revolution
|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.
|<< The main classroom building.
Anne sitting on the steps and enjoying >>
the beautiful flowers.
|<< The Chinese equivalent of our gazebo on the grounds of the school.
The chalk picture of Chairman Mao was >>
on a chalk board that was well over twenty feet long. All the writing was in Chinese so I have no way of knowing the significance of the board, but it was obviously meant to honor Chairman Mao.
Entrance to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Home
The garden area of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's home.
|<< Anne gravitating toward the flowers again. She's attracted by any and all types of flowers and always wants a picture to remember them by.
A lily pond with a small fountain on the grounds >>
of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's home.
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Singapore -- Orchard Road | Chinatown | Merlion Park | Arab Town and Indian District | Tang Dynasty City | Singapore Zoo | Mandai Orchid Garden | Sentosa Island
Hong Kong -- Hong Kong Island | Hong Kong at Night and the New Territories | Lok Ma Chau | Kowloon | Causeway Bay
Macau -- Monte Hill and St. Paul's | A-Ma Temple and Lou Lem Ioc Garden
People's Republic of China -- The Border and Farming Village | Lunch and the Ox| Chinese Market
Bangkok -- The City and Weekend Market | The Grand Palace | Grand Palace (Emerald Buddha) | Grand Palace (Dusit Group) | Ayutthaya (Reclining Buddha) | Ayutthaya (Ruins) | Bang-Pa-In Palace | Chao Phraya River
Phuket -- The Hotel and Popeye | Phuket Island | The Beaches and Local Wat | Promthep Cape
Japan -- Tokyo | Niko & Toshogu Shrine | Osaka & Kyoto | Visiting Friends | Nara | Hiroshima & Miyajima | Going Home
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