History in Shanghai Archives


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The Shanghai Archives Museum has only recently been made accessible to the public and offers a unique way in which to learn about this city’s fascinating history. The museum houses many important historical documents concerning the city’s development from a small fishing village into the modern city we now know. The Archives Museum has a record of Shanghai’s most notable citizens and companies. Our tour, led by Janny Chyn from Shanghai Pathways, will cover historical time periods and events from the 18th century, including the Japanese invasion, the rise of the Communist Party, the Cultural Revolution, and the rapid economic growth that has taken place in China since the 1980s. A tour of this unique venue is not to be missed!

Date:
Wednesday, June, 14

Time:
10am Registration, 10:15am-12pm tour

Meet:
Outside the front gate of the Shanghai Archives
9 Zhongshan DongEr Lu, near Jinling Dong Lu
中山东二路9号近金陵东路

Cost:
RMB 200

Please email events@seashanghai.org by June 11, under subject type “Shanghai Archives” and include your membership number and mobile phone number. SEA cancellation policy applies after June 11.  SEA coordinator is Beth Howder, mobile: 150-0017-4461.