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Wanmu school

wanmu school

Wanmu Caotang was built in the ninth year of the Jiaqing Emperor of the Qing Dynasty (1804). Three into three, two yards and corridors, the hardtop, both sides have some residual gray plastic, brick wall stone feet, brick-wood structure. This ancestral hall-style building is a famous school initiated by the contemporary Chinese bourgeois reformist school of earlier in the 20th century.

After the Sino-French War, Kang Youwei n order to promote The reform movement of 1898 Ideological and political talents cultivation, in 1891 (Guang Xu Seventeen years) loan "Qiushi academy" as about school, founded WanMu school, get together and give lectures, publicity Reformist Thought, carry out political activities, become Wu Xu reform Source. In 1892, WanMu School moved to Kuang ancestral hall Wei side street (now Guang - Wei Road Near). In 1893, due to scholars, then moved to the wide School Gong Yang high temple (now the civilization Road Guangzhou City, the first Workers Cultural Palace). Traditionally, people will Kang Youwei do at the three sites of the school are referred to as "WanMu School".

Info

Admission Fee: CNY ¥2

Opening Hours: 9:00 am ~ 5:00 pm
(closed on Mondays)

Address: 3, Chang Xing Li, Zhongshan Si Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou

Chinese Address:广州越秀区中山四路长兴里3号  万木草堂

How to get there


  • Take bus line 1, line 22, line 65, line 125, line 215, line 222, line 243, line 517 or line 864 and get off at Peasant Movement Institute Station.