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Liaoyang Caoxueqin Memorial Hall

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Visit the home of one of China's greatest writers...

Cao Xueqin is one of China's greatest writers and this was once his home in his hometown.I found it... read more

Reviewed 5 April 2012
Barry C
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Liaoyang
A small oasis in crowded shopping area

Located just in Liaoyang city center hidden between shopping malls and food street this memorial of... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
Aslanyan_Syuzanna
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Yerevan, Armenia
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30 May 2017
“A small oasis in crowded shopping area”
17 Jan 2015
“Towel Thrown In”
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No.2 Woshi Hutong, Wusheng Road, Wensheng District, Liaoyang 111000, China
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Reviewed 30 May 2017

Located just in Liaoyang city center hidden between shopping malls and food street this memorial of Caoxueqin was a real oasis for me to take a breath from the crowd in the street. Calligraphy works even for me not understanding Chinese is quite interesting to...More

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Reviewed 17 January 2015

Cao Xuequin Memorial Hall is a welcome example of an old building in a city in which the past has been mostly bulldozed away; this is one of few surviving historic buildings in the entire city centre. Yet at the time of our visit, this...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 5 April 2012

Cao Xueqin is one of China's greatest writers and this was once his home in his hometown.I found it most interesting to see a small Chinese house with courtyard of his time(1700's).It is on the way to Liaoyang Museum from the city centre if you...More

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