Not much of the well-known old site, Changsha locals don’t know much about it, and you need to navigate to find her.
"Xiangjiang Review" only printed five issues in the house of Baiguoyuan and was sealed by the authorities. Legend has it that because political dissidents betrayed to provide clues, the authorities sent military police to search here overnight. I never thought that a progressive young man would be the first to make it. He is a loyal reader of "Xiangjiang Review", and he also knows that this revolutionary publication is where he lives. It was printed in the back alley, and Mao Zedong's military police was quickly informed about the upcoming search. Mao Zedong made a decisive move and quickly moved the factory. When a large number of military police arrived, the building was already empty. Today, the site of this printing factory, founded by Zhang Kegong, an enlightened industrialist in the Republic of China, still exists.