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Sunday, February 05, 2023
The Courtyard of the Happy Way, Western Migrants Concentration Camp in Weihsien
Though known to the world as the Auschwitz in the east, the Courtyard of the Happy Way, which once was Western Migrants Concentration Camp, has inestimable humanistic value for cultural tourism, international exchanges, and dissemination of humanitarian values.
The gate of the Courtyard of the Happy Way in Weihsien, Shandong Province
The Courtyard of the Happy Way in Weixian, north China's Shandong Province
The Exhibition Hall: the wedged scenery about missionaries who bought land to build the courtyard integrating church, education and medical treatment in 1882
The Exhibition Hall: the introduction of medical technologies and treatment of Chinese patients when missionaries spreading the gospel
The Exhibition Hall: there were 1330 preaching areas in Shandong in the 1920s, ranking first in China.
The Exhibition Hall: the reconstruction of the courtyard burnt up by the leader of the Boxer Rebellion of the Wei County division in 1900
The Exhibition Hall: the Western Migrants Concentration Camp with the secrets of cross buildings with unique architectural style
The Exhibition Hall: The Courtyard of the Happy Way in in Weihsien, Shandong Province in miniature
The Exhibition Hall: the actvities of the Courtyard during the May Fourth Movement
The Exhibition Hall: a brave electrician and the vanguard of national liberation of China stationed in the Courtyard
The Exhibition Hall: the Weihsien Christian Hospital treated and hid the wounded anti-Japanese soldiers.
The Exhibition Hall: the establishment of East China University
The Exhibition Hall: the miserable life in the Camp
The Exhibition Hall: a picture and a piece of words reminding people to remember the history and cherish peace and friendiness
The Exhibition Hall: hand molds of the Western Migrants and their descedants
The Exhibition Hall: a guest book with a piece of paper commented "May there never be concentration camps in the world"
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