Very fun! ! ! Suggest! It is best not to go alone, otherwise you will not feel safe! ! ! ! It's spooky, but overall it's good, and there are places to eat around. There is also a shop, next to the library, which is great! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Grab your heart! No tickets are required. I feel that they have lost. It is recommended to go late, close at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and compare at 9 o'clock in the morning.
On August 24th, I came out of Lin Boqu’s former residence and took a taxi to Linli Museum Lin Boqu Deeds Hall and Ding Ling Memorial Hall. It was on the second floor. When I arrived, it was a little more than nine o’clock. The doors of both halls were still locked. It was not Monday. The sign outside showed that the door was opened at 8:30. I couldn’t wait until no one came to open the door. No one answered. I also asked a person. I didn’t eat breakfast. I took a picture on the sign at the door and prepared to leave. People, oh yo, someone from the security department at the door asked me why I didn’t go in. I said the doors were locked inside and I couldn’t get in, so I asked me to come in and register and ask someone to open the door for me. That person would definitely see that I told the notice What would happen if I turned to take a photo and left? Someone led me up after registration, helped me open the door of Ding Ling Memorial Hall, turned on the lights, and then told me to come out and turn off the switch. The opposite Lin Boqu Deeds Museum also helped me open the door. Let me turn on the switch by myself and then go down. I was alone and watched Ding Ling’s life deeds. It was indeed very powerful and had a poisonous vision. I went to Yan'an at the end of 1936. At that time, the Long March led by Chairman Mao of the Party Central Committee had just ended and arrived. Yan'an was warmly welcomed and received by high-level figures of the Party Central Committee such as Chairman Mao Zhou and Prime Minister Zhou. After a period of rest, he followed the Eighth Route Army to the front line of the Anti-Japanese War behind enemy lines, seeking inspiration, digging for materials, and creating literary works. Later, he won the Stalin Prize for Literature, even though he was in the Cultural Revolution. Persecuted, but survived the end of the Cultural Revolution with the help of her life experience, the evaluation of "Ding Ling is not dead" deserves its name. There is no lie. I am interested in seeing her life deeds and her works.
Fortunately, if you know! But now there are more exhibits on display than before!
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