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9:30AM Meet at the Hotel‘s lobby
9:30AM－10:00AM On the way to the Guangzhou Museum
10:00AM－11:30AM Guangzhou Museum（make the lantern、visit the Museum）
11:30AM－13:00pm Have lunch in Vegetarian Restaurant
13:00pm－13:30pm On the way to Dongshan
13:30pm－14:30pm Walk around the group of old building in Dongshan
14:30pm－15:00pm Enjoy a cup of coffee in Qianjie Cafe
15:00pm－15:30pm On the way to Cantonese Opera Art Museum
15:30pm－17:00pm Visit the Museum
17:00pm－18:30pm Have dinner in Panxi Restaurant
18:30pm－20:00pm Visit Lychee Bay Scenic Area
20:00pm－20:30pm Back to the Hotel
Introduction of the Guangzhou Museum
In the embrace of the verdant and beautiful Yuexiu Mountain, Guangzhou
Museum is located in Zhenhai Tower. The tower was initially built along
with the protective walls on top of the mountain in 1380, when Guangzhou
underwent significant reconstruction. It was nominated as one of the
Eight Sights of the City of Goats, and is still one of the Top Ten
Tourist Attractions of Guangzhou today. In 1928, Zhenhai Tower was
renovated and opened to the public again as Guangzhou Municipal Museum
on 11 February, 1929. Guangzhou Municipal Museum is the predecessor of
Guangzhou Museum, being one of the earliest museums in China. It was
renamed the Municipal Library and Museum during 1941 to 1945 and then
restored the previous name until it changed into the present name
Guangzhou Museum in 1950. Under successive development, Guangzhou Museum
houses several exhibition areas besides Zhenhai Tower, including
Guangzhou Art Gallery, Memorial of the Anti-British Invasion of
Sanyuanli People and Memorial of the March 29th Uprising Headquarters.
Guangzhou Museum is a comprehensive historical museum. Featuring local
culture, the museum shoulders the mission of collecting, preserving and
interpreting the relics of the Guangzhou City. Our permanent exhibition
Guangzhou History offers a kaleidoscopic array of the city history and
culture for the visitors through nearly 1,000 exhibits.
Zhenhai Tower Exhibition Area
The Zhenhai Tower, where the museum is located, has been called the
First Tower of South China and served as one of the old Guangzhou’s most
famous monuments. The tower’s mountainous location provides a bird’s eye
view of the city. Numerous poems and articles praising the tower scenery
have been left behind since its construction. The Exhibition of
Guangzhou History displayed inside is to illustrate the culture and
history of Guangzhou over 5,000 years by nearly 1,000 exhibits. Thematic
exhibitions of many varieties are also periodically hosted.
Art Gallery Exhibition Area
Incorporating both Chinese and western styles, Art Gallery of Guangzhou
Museum was built in 1929 and inaugurated the next year in memory of Deng
Zhongyuan, a general of the 1911 Revolution. The building is now a
municipal heritage site. Two permanent exhibitions Gems Left by Overseas
Trade and History of the Earth and Evolution of Life are displayed
inside. A veranda of stone tablets was later completed in 1987
surrounding the gallery. Inside the zigzag and quiet veranda displayed a
total of 201 calligraphy works by celebrated Chinese calligraphers from
The introduction of dongshankou Abby
Dongshankou is located in the Yuexiu district, Guangzhou which is the
largest extant Chinese and western combination of low layer courtyard
modern residential buildings. Most of those buildings have its own
In the beginning of 20c, Dongshan is in an elevated position, few people
lived there, and American chose here to be a base for missionizing
Christianity. So it has a lot of western-style buildings. Dongshan is an
affluent place for powerful and political people from the ancient time
even now (most of them are men), and Xiguan was a fashionable, busy and
crowded place which had many rich and beautiful ladies lived there. So
there is saying goes that “Xiguan lady and Dongshan master”. In the
Republic, nobles and rich people liked gathering here so that lots of
old-splendid buildings and Xiguang houses have been saved. Power and
fortune, modern and traditional, alternated together, and contributed
the business in Guangzhou in the 20c30y.
美南浸信会(Southern Baptist Convention,SBC)
粤剧艺术博物馆Cantonese Opera Art Museum
Located at No.127 Enning Lu, Liwan District, Guangzhou City, Cantonese
Opera Art Museum was officially open to the public on 9th June, 2016. It
covers an area of 17,200 m2 and the total construction area is 21,700
m2. The Museum is divided into the north and south side along the third
phase of Litchi Chong. It is an archaistic architectural complex in the
style of Lingnan garden, with the highlights of “three carvings, two
sculptures and one porcelain” (i.e., stone, brick and wood carving, lime
and pottery sculpture, inlaid porcelain) which combine traditional
building crafts, techniques and high standard materials. On the south
side of the Museum are the permanent exhibition hall, the temporary
exhibition hall, the theater, and the garden. On the north are some
supporting areas for inheritance and preservation of Cantonese Opera.
With the aim of protecting, inheriting and prevailing Cantonese Opera,
Cantonese Opera Art Museum shows the public the quintessence and charm
of Cantonese Opera by means of exhibitions, theatrical performances,
cultural communications, education services and so on.
The garden is an archaistic architectural complex in the style of
Lingnan garden. The overall layout is set along the cross-shaped
framework. Centered around the Wansha Lake and embraced by six yards
which are naturally connected and relatively independent, the garden is
highlighted by “three carvings, two sculptures and one porcelain” which
combine traditional building crafts, techniques and high standard
materials. At the center of the garden stands the opera stage where on
Saturdays Cantonese Opera performances will be on, dynamically
displaying the unique charm of Cantonese Opera.
The Exhibition Hall
With an area of 1,900 m2, the permanent exhibition hall falls into four
parts, including “Long History”, “Drifting Fragrance of Red Beans,
“Shining Red Boat” and “Sailing in the Ocean of Art”. The permanent
exhibition hall reveals the development history, artistic
characteristics, organizations of Cantonese Opera and its significant
influence at home and abroad by means of panels, exhibits, duplication
of models and reconstruction of scenes and by multimedia such as
somatosensory interaction, touch screens.
Covering an area of 560 m2, the temporary exhibition hall will be
displaying a variety of theme exhibitions on Cantonese Opera regularly.
With an area of about 450 m2, the theater has 237 seats. The stage is
similar to regular stages for Cantonese opera in terms of the width,
height, depth, etc.. With advanced systems of sound, lighting, and
electricity, the stage sets the LED display screen at the back, which
diversifies the effects of the performance on the stage.
Lychee Bay is located in Xiguan, Liwan District, Guangzhou. In the past,
it usually referred to a large area from Sima Creek to Huangsha . It is
a drainagesystem composed of several creeks, including Xiguan and Liwan
Creeks, flowing into the Pearl River. This is called the old Lychee Bay
now. In a modern context, Lychee Bay usually refers to the segment of
Xiguan Creek from Pantong to the Pearl River, which is part of the old
Lychee Bay’s history dates back to 2200 years ago. In 206 BC, Han
emperor asked his subordinate, Lu Jia, to come to Guangzhou in order to
surrender. After he did so, Lu Jia settled in Xicun, a small village in
Guangzhou. He planted vegetables and flowers. Gradually, people started
to call this place “Lychee Bay.”
In Tang dynasty, people started to build the famous garden “Liyuan” . In
Nanhan dynasty, there has been many gardens like “Fanghuayuan” ,
“Hualinyuan” and “Changhuayuan” . And, it became imperial garden. In
Yuan dynasty, there has been lemon gardens. In Ming dynasty, Lychee Bay
became a tourist attraction for ordinary people. Besides, it became one
of the eight most famous attractions in Guangzhou. In Qing dynasty,
Lychee Bay became more famous.
Guangzhou’s map in 1930. In this map, there’s the place “Lychee Bay”.
However, the place is different from the new Lychee Bay.
In 1940s, Lychee Bay became a habitation for vegetable growers and poor
people because of the rapid development of urbanization in Guangzhou
city. In order to expand the city area and build more houses, the
citizens cut the trees down. At the same time, Xicun became the
industrial base of Guangzhou city. It polluted the river, and the water
quality got worse and worse.
In 1950s, there were still water channels, but every branch of these
water channels was filled with earth. With the establishment of
factories in Guangzhou, the water system of Lychee Bay had become a
cesspool. In 1980s, more and more water channels were filled. In 1992,
the last water channel—from Panxi Restaurant to Fengyuan Bridge was
filled. Lychee Bay disappeared.
In 1999, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference raised a
proposal about rebuilding Lychee Bay. In 2009, this proposal was finally
put into effect because of the Asian Games. On October 16, 2010, water
was imported into the river, Lychee Bay had a new born.
Leung Ancestral Hall
Leung Ancestral Hall is on 34 Liangjiaci Street. This architecture is
orientated north and south，which is filled with Lingnan flavor.
Saikwan Mansion can be represented the traditional culture of Guangzhou.
This architecture was first appeared in Qing dynasty, which was for the
rich and powerful people. Nowadays, most of them are used for tourism.
However, some of them are still used for people to live. There are three
features about Xiguan House, brick-wood structure, Tanglong door and
Located in Longjing Road West, Guangzhou, Renwei Temple is about 2200
square meters. This temple is specially used for worshiping Zhenwu
Emperor and Taoism. Renwei Temple was built in 1052. It is also famous
for its decorations, such as wood carving，stone carving and brick
Wen Tower is also called Wenbita , Wenchangta , it is located in Lychee
Bay. No one knows when did it being built. However, according to its
architecture style, it was built in Qing dynasty. Wenta is brick-wood
structure，and it is 13 meters high with 2 floors.
People can take electric ships to visit around Lychee Bay.
This kind of cruise ships concludes visiting around Lychee Bay by ship,
feeling the flavor of Xiguan and explanation from the guide. This tour
is around 50 minutes.
There are many Lingnan foods in Lychee Bay. A lot of people go there and
taste traditional Guangzhou food.
Beef offal is famous in Guangzhou. It is not only made by beef, it also
has radishes and Chinese medicines. There are many flavours of beef
offal, and in Guangzhou, beef offal is salty and spicy. Beef offal has
protein which is good for health. However, people should not eat too
much at one time.In Lychee Bay, many people would cup a bowl of beef
Water chestnut cake
Water chestnut cake is one of the traditional desserts in Guangdong
province and south Fujian, which is canary yellow, translucent and good
taste. There are many kinds of water chestnut cake, such as
coconut-water chestnut cake and hawthorn-water chestnut cake.
Pickle radish tastes sweet and sour, which is appetizing food. In China,
most people think that pickled radish should be with pepper because it
can make it has more flavor. However, in Lychee Bay, no one put pepper
into pickle radish.
Creatively decorated metro carriages have made headlines this week after
colourful interior artworks were commissioned to celebrate the 60th
anniversary of a famous rabbit from the
Four carriages of the city metro in Guangzhou, which is the capital of
southern China’s Guangdong Province, have become all the rage among
netizens and commuters after they appeared decorated with pictures of
the popular cartoon rabbit
This year, to celebrate the rabbit’s 60th ‘birthday’, the Guangzhou
metro had drawings of Miffy commissioned to be added to the
Interior artworks – in bright hues of green, orange and blue – were
commissioned to celebrate the rabbit’s 60th
Miffy was ‘born’ to artist and writer Dick Bruna, who first published
the illustrations of the female rabbit in
The commuter trains have unsurprisingly become a popular photo
Almost 30 books have followed Miffy’s original story in the six decades
since her Dutch debut in