A sunny day for a Treasure Hunt! This one is titled "Enjoy a Cultural Crawl Through Hongkou."
The starting point is the Dong Baoxing Lu station of Metro Line 3. Take exit 1, cross Hailan Lu and continue forward along Baoshan Lu. You will pass through a tented tunnel of food vendors:
Duolun Lu. Duolun Road , known as Darroch Road in the 1920s and 1930s, was home to Lu Xun and his leftist writer friends. A left turn will bring you to the Xi Zhi Zhong Lou and the Old Film Cafe:
Okay, now turn around again and follow Duolun Lu back past the Old Film Cafe.
Posing as leftist writers?
Another zig along Lane 201 to find Guo Moruo's former residence. We were to look for the plaque at No. 1269, but you needed to look for Lane 201 No. 89:
After you pass through a decorative arch, turn right on Sichuan Bei Lu. Cross the street when you see the ICBC Bank at No. 2050:
We were to see how many calligraphy tools (3) were displayed in a central glass cabinet:
Continue along Shanyin Lu to Lane 274, a market lane that will bring you to Tian Ai Lu. Take a right and look for the entrance to Lu Xun Park on your left. As you enter the park, the white-washed Lu Xun Memorial Hall will be up on the right. look to the left for a bust. We were to name the Hungarian rebel-revolutionary and poet (Petofi Sandor):
The China-Japan Friendship Memorial Clock:
It is suggested to visit the Plum Garden, seen here across the lake:
The dedication rock, also in Korean:
You were also encouraged to visit the Lu Xun Tomb, but it was surrounded by striped tarps: