Ku­lang­su Gallery of For­eign Ar­ti­facts from the Palace Mu­se­um Collection(Gu Gong Gu Lang Yu Wai Guo Wen Wu Guan 故宫鼓浪屿外国文物馆)

This spec­tac­u­lar new branch of the Palace Mu­se­um in Beijing’s For­bid­den City opened in May 2017, af­ter a long, am­bi­tious…

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Pi­anist Yin Chengzong’s house (Yin Cheng Zong Zhai 殷承宗宅)

Kulangsu’s most fa­mous pi­anist, Yin Cheng­zong, still owns and pe­ri­od­i­cal­ly vis­its this hill­top house. It is one of the is­land’s most…

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Gu­langyu Pi­ano Mu­se­um (Gu­langyu Gang Qin Bo Wu Guan 鼓浪屿钢琴博物馆)

One of the top tourist at­trac­tions of Ku­lang­su Is­land is the world’s largest and most im­pres­sive col­lec­tion of pi­anos, all…

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Yan­wei Hill Time Can­non (Yan Wei Shan Sheng Tai Gong Yuan 燕尾山生态公园)

The Yan­wei Hill Time Can­non Em­place­ment was set up by Xi­a­men Cus­toms to­ward the end of the nine­teenth cen­tu­ry. The…

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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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