The activity organized by the unit on Children’s Day for children is in the Folk Museum, where things are quite special. It’s good to introduce some intangible cultural heritage to the children. It will increase the knowledge for the children and is worth visiting.
Gan Xi’s former residence is located in an alley in the south of Nanjing. It is a relatively complete and large-scale ancient residence in the Qing Dynasty in large and medium-sized cities across the country. The brick carving fully embodies the unique and permanent cultural atmosphere of Chinese civilization and the Chinese traditional outlook on life, and embodies ideological spirits such as patriarchal clan system, political education, geomantic omen, and customs.
It’s quite interesting. You can walk around and learn about Nanjing folk customs.
Take Metro Line 1 to Sanshan Street Station. Not far away, you will arrive at Gan Xi’s Former Residence. There used to be a wealthy family named Gan. His old mansion is called Ninety-nine and a half rooms. It is a very large homestead. The main achievements of the descendants of the Gan family are exhibited. Now it has become a folk museum. Each house is used to display various folk customs, and there are live performances by folk artists, so you want to see the original furniture furnishings of the Gan family. Basically gone
Also known as Gan’s Courtyard, commonly known as Ninety-nine-and-a-half, the houses of the Qing Dynasty are relatively intact