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szdaily -> Leisure Highlights
Revolutionary memorial hall reopens in Dongmen

    2018-January-5  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Cao Zhen

caozhen0806@126.com

Dongjiang Guerrilla Headquarters Memorial Hall opened to the public last week in the bustling Dongmen shopping area.

The three-story memorial hall is a city-level culture relic protection site operated by Shenzhen Museum. Inside the hall, photos with Chinese and English captions depict General Ye Ting’s revolutionary career.

The site used to be the former Hong’an Restaurant where Ye carried out a revolution against Japanese aggression in 1938.

Ye joined the revolution in 1919. He then joined the Communist Party of China in 1924 and participated in the Northern Expedition, Nanchang Uprising and Guangzhou Uprising. He was also the commander of the New Fourth Army and was famous for leading battles against enemies. In October 1938, the Japanese invaded Guangdong. Under the direction of the CPC Guangdong Provincial Committee, Ye came to Shenzhen in late November and was tasked with establishing the East Road garrison headquarters at Hong’an Restaurant in Shenzhen and carrying out resistance activities until the end of December. As a result, he had a profound impact on the integration and establishment of Shenzhen and South China’s armed forces. After Ye left Shenzhen and returned to the New Fourth Army, troops of Zeng Sheng and Wang Zuoyao, once led by Ye, continued to struggle against the Japanese in Guangdong. The regiment later became an important armed force with more than 10,000 soldiers and was called Dongjiang Column.

“At that time, Shenzhen was an important military town of the Kowloon-Canton Railway. During Ye’s stay in Shenzhen, he recruited soldiers, reorganized the army, encouraged overseas Chinese to support the war against Japanese aggression and made more people aware of the war,” said Ye Yang, curator of Shenzhen Museum.

Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m., closed Mondays

Venue: Dongjiang Guerrilla Headquarters Memorial Hall, 13 Nanqing Street, Dongmen, Luohu District (罗湖区东门南庆街13号东江游击队指挥部旧址纪念馆)

Metro: Line 1, Laojie Station (老街站), Exit A

 

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