Shuzhuang Gar­den (Shu Zhuang Hua Yuan 菽庄花园)

Af­ter the Sino-Japan­ese War, the Qing gov­ern­ment ced­ed Tai­wan to the Japan­ese, and Tai­wanese mag­nate Lin Er­jia moved to Kulangsu…

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Sun­light Rock Tem­ple (Ri Guang Yan Si 日光岩寺)

Sun­light Rock Tem­ple, orig­i­nal­ly named “Lo­tus Nun­nery”, was re­built in the 14th Year of the Wan­li Reign of the Ming…

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Trin­i­ty Church (San Yi Tang 三一堂)

As more and more Chris­tians moved to Ku­lang­su in the 1920s, Xi­a­men Church, New Street Church and Bam­boo Church cooperated…

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Ku­lang­su Is­land: a trop­i­cal beach par­adise beat­ing to the waves of its own drummer

Ku­lang­su is an is­land about 600 me­ters from south­west­ern coast of Xi­a­men, Fu­jian. Slight­ly long and nar­row, the 1.88-square-kilometer Kulangsu…

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His­to­ry since 1945

In 1945, the Na­tion­al Gov­ern­ment of the Re­pub­lic of Chi­na took back Ku­lang­su. Then, the mul­ti­cul­tur­al pros­per­i­ty was re­sumed to…

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