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Shanghai Lu Xun's Former Residence

Shanghai Lu Xun's Former Residence

Lu Xun (1881-1936), the famous Chinese Writer, Thinker and Revolutionist was born on September 5, 1881 in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province. In 1927, he settled in Shanghai from Guangdong, where he stayed until his death in 1936.It was here that the great writer produced many of his most famous literary works and translations such as the Madman’s Diary and organized activities relating to the “Chinese Liberal Campaign Alliance” and the “Left Wing Culture Leagur”.

Shanghai Lu Xun's Former ResidenceLocated in the former Japanese Concession, the three-story building with red brick and tile is Lu Xun’s last residency in Shanghai. This house provides another insight into life in old Shanghai and an altogether different one from the houses of Zhou Enlai and Sun Yatsen, as Lu Xun’s residence is typically Japanese in style. Walking into the black sheet iron gate, there is a small garden. The front area of the first floor is a reception room. In the middle put a Western-style dinning table. Along the west wall are Book Shelf, Victrola and Workbench presented by Qu Qiubai. The back is the dinning room consisted of an Old fashioned square table for eight people, four chairs, a double deck buffect and Coatrack. The second floor was Lu’s bedroom and sturdy room. Lu’s personal belongs like the bed, chest of drawers, tea table, two cane chairs, mirror and table are all placed where they were during his life. A clock on the table reads 5.25 PM meanings the time when Lu Xun passed away on October 19, 1936. The third floor is the room of his son.

There is also a monument, Memorial Hall and Tomb dedicated to Lu Xun in the nearby, Lu Xun Park (also known as Lu Xun Park).

Location: No.9, Lane 132, Shanyin Road, Hongkou District
Bus Route: Bus No.s18,21,139,47,70,97 and 23
Open time: 9:00am-16:00pm
Tel: 021-53020661



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