Pictures of Former Office of Provisional President Dr. Sun Yat-sen

Located at 292 Changjiang Road, the Former Office of Provisional President Dr. Sun Yat-sen (also called Presidential Palace) is currently the biggest Chinese modern history museum. The palace has a more than 600-year old history. From the Opium War in 1840 to the libration of Nanjing in 1949, it has always been the center of China's political and military affairs. Many important people frequently came here.
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Asked by Mr.tan | Mar. 31, 2011 03:36Reply
Hi, may I know where can I go for cheap shopping and flea markets and places of interest for kids, is the nanjing zoo recommended, thanks.
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Answered by Ms.Wu | Mar. 31, 2011 04:00

you can go to the downtown,XinJiekou or HuNan road,there are many big stores ,you can buy everything you want...and for the kids ,i think you may go to the Red hill zoo.
Asked by Mr.Pont from SPAIN | Sep. 22, 2009 07:11Reply
Ni hao! I will be in Nanjing for just one day/night, arriving around 10AM and leaving the next morning before 9AM... given that I won't be able to see everything worthy, what would you recommend as "essential"? Xie xie! :)
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Answered by Mr.Andy | Sep. 24, 2009 21:40

I recommend the Confucius Temple, which is the center of scenery along Qinhuai River. There are fairs near around and you can take boat to see the river bank old buildings at night. It is in the south part of the city center.
Asked by Mr.Sathish Ramdas from SOUTH AFRICA | Jul. 10, 2009 15:05Reply
Please advise me
Are there flights between nanjing and Shanghai and / or hangzhou
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Answered by Mr.Alan | Jul. 12, 2009 01:16

No flights as I know, because they are so close to each other. If going by bullet train, Nanjing can be reached within 2.5 hours from Shanghai and Hangzhou can be reached within 1.5 hours.
Answered by Ms.Irene from INDONESIA | Aug. 25, 2009 11:44

HI, i'm irene from indonesia. i want to ask, which train i should use from shanghai to nanjing? the best one and the comfortable..thx
Answered by Mr.Shan | Aug. 27, 2009 22:44

Hi Ms. Irene, I think the express bullet train between the two cities is just what you are looking for. These trains' Nos are started with'D'. You could get the train schedule and ticket fare at
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