Highlights: The Nissin Lecture and Memorial Hall is located next to the Chunfan Building. It is a two-story wooden building with a long wooden sign on the right side of the main entrance, which reads "Nissin Lecture and Memorial Hall". This small-scale memorial hall, in the middle of the interior, is a historical space permanently fixed by floor-to-ceiling glass on all sides. It displays all the items used in the Nissin negotiation in the past as it is—a long table that divides the negotiators from both sides into two parts. two. Ink bottles, pens, inkstones, inkstone boxes and other items are placed on the conference table. Much of the memorial is original, including the site's 16 chairs with black lacquer and gold flowers and red cushions. Two of them are soft reclining chairs, which are reserved for Li Hongzhang and Ito Bowen, representatives of both parties, and the others are hard reclining chairs. There are wooden plaques behind the chairs of the Chinese delegates, with the words "Li Hongzhang, the first-class and plenipotentiary minister of the Qing Empire," "Li Jingfang, the first-class and plenipotentiary minister of the Qing Dynasty," and "Ma Jianzhong, the first-class counselor," written in calligraphy.