Hangchow Christian College in Zhejiang Province
Here are ten photos of Hangchow Christian College or Hangchow University in Zhejiang, which may be the first modern university in China.
A panoramic view of Hangchow University in 1936
The Six Harmony Pagoda in 1916 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang
An old picture shows a girl standing before Hangchow University at an unknown date.
Tooker Memorial Chapel affiliated to Hangchow University
A group photo taken before Hangchow Unversity
Sun Yat-sen, known as the father of modern China, posed with teachers and students after giving a speech in Hangchow University, Zhejiang, in 1912.
Hangchow Unversity as seen from Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang
A picture shows the campus life inside Hangchow Unversity.
The Qiantang River Bridge was blown up in 1937 when the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression broke out.
The Qiantang River Bridge, built by students of Hangchow University, has been in use until now.