‪Revolution Park‬

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hide1984
طوكيو, اليابان202 مساهمة
بمفردك • يوليو 2019
‪「革命」と聞いて、どんな公園かと思いましたが、広ーい、広ーい、普通の公園です。朝行くと、おじちゃん、おばちゃんたちが太極拳(?)してました。のどかな空気が流れている空間です。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 يوليو 2019
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traveller.s
شيان, الصين57 مساهمة
يوليو 2018
‪公園位置就在西安市區,是西安市最古老的公園之一。公園很具有愛國歷史教育意義,是為了紀念二虎守長安事件中死難的軍民而建立的。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 25 يناير 2019
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三ツ矢
800 مساهمة
بمفردك • مارس 2018
‪西安は中華人民共和国建国以前から西安事件があるなど非常に政治的に重要な地域でした。そのころから現在にいたるまでの中国共産党のいうところの「革命」について感じられる場所。眉唾物ですが。。。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 يناير 2019
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CTS_Knows
‪Sarasota‬, فلوريدا2,515 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • يوليو 2018
‪This was a pretty interesting place to visit. There are many statues and flower beds spread out in a tranquil setting. Walking through we came upon a group of locals dancing. It was just amazing to see something like this. A few of us joined in. Everybody was smiling and it really got our day off full of happiness.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 أغسطس 2018
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بمفردك • أغسطس 2018
‪革命公园是冯玉祥题词。左右塚多由冯玉祥、于佑任所立并题字。园中立有杨虎城将军铜像和谢子长、刘志丹雕塑。其中谢子长塑像有毛泽东题词。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 أغسطس 2018
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elindoo
‪Stuart‬, فلوريدا2,286 مساهمة
العائلة • أبريل 2018
‪Although there is a lot going on in the park, it's also quite relaxing just to wonder around, see all the beautiful flowers, sit on the benches and soak it all in. A definite must do if you need a little relaxation.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 22 أبريل 2018
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Daryl S
London493 مساهمة
بمفردك • مارس 2018
‪Take a stroll around the lake/pond and enjoy the people playing music and watching the people enjoy the park space.

Plenty of things for children to do and just a nice calm area to waste some time.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 مارس 2018
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Triplyzer I
500 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • يناير 2018
‪Revolution Park - if you are bored of visitng tourist sites, then consider paying a visit here for a beautiful walk.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 فبراير 2018
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SOH KIEN PENG
سنغافورة, سنغافورة6,340 مساهمة
بمفردك • نوفمبر 2017
‪During my 5 days in Xian, I stayed at the 7 Sages Hostel near the Xian Train station. The Revolution Park was just 5 mins walk away from my hostel.

I came here one morning and from far, I could hear the pulsating and alluring Uyghur song and music being played. A group of residents was dancing happily with broad smiles, shaking their bodies in sync with the rhymes and rhythm of the hot music. Outstanding among the dancers was a young beautiful Uyghur girl attired in her traditional Uyghur traditional costumes who appeared so engrossed in her dance that she was oblivious of the staring eyes focusing on her. The rest of the Hans Chinese dancers following her dance steps were so jubilant in their looks as if they felt so honored to have the Uyghur lady teaching them the dance.

Xian impressed me with this harmonious relationship between the Hans Chinese and the Muslim minority. This probably was entrenched in the culture of Xian since the days when Muslim traders from Central Asia crossed the Silk Road into China.

The development of the Muslim Quarter in Xian further testified to the high degree of tolerance, compassion and goodwill practiced by Tang China towards foreigners and minorities. Buddhism, a foreign religion, was able to find her foothold in China and developed into a dominant and harmonious relationship with Confucianism and Taoism.

While many countries struggle with race and religion, the history of China seem to exclude many of these headaches. On the other hand, what we saw were chapters of political revolutions especially in the epoch of modern China.

This Revolution Park in Xian tells of the revolutionary history of China during the early 20s and 30s. After the death of Dr Sun Yat Sen, China was divided and warlords carved China into their sphere of influence. The Kuomintang Nationalist Army under the leadership of Chiang Kai Shek decided to crash all the warlords and reunify China.

Xian fell into the encirclement of one of the warlords and 50,000 residents perished during the encirclement when food supply was cut off. Despite under persistent pressure to surrender, the defending army continued to hold the fort till the arrival of another Nationalist troop. This Revolution Park was built to commemorate the death of those heroic soldiers and people of Xian who relentlessly refused to surrender and sacrifice for a heroic cause.

At another corner of the Park, I saw a statue of one unfamiliar revolutionary figure. His name `Xie Zi Zhang' (谢子长)(1897—1935). I read his biography engraved on the stone statue. He was a capable revolutionary communist general dedicated to the cause of communism and perished his life during the civil war.

It was also in Xian that the fate of China altered the course when General Chiang Kai Shek was kidnapped during a mutiny. The civil war between the communists and Kuomintang was abated so as to fight against their common enemy - the Japanese Imperialists. The communists consolidated their influence during the united front and eventually won the battle after the war against the Japanese.

Throughout this tumultuous history of modern China, religion and race were not the theme of any revolution. It was political and ideological; internal fight for reunification between the warlords and the Nationalist army and between the communists and the Kuomintang and the war against foreign aggression and dominion.

This Revolution Park displays to us an era of upheavals, turbulence and bloodshed of modern China. There is a museum in the park but I did not visit the museum. It was closed each time I came. But I decided not to visit the museum because it is sad to delve more into this part of China history.

Politics is war without bloodshed while war is politics with bloodshed. Mao aptly described the history of modern China in that decade as one of politics and war. This is the so-called Revolution in his Marxist interpretation of history.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 ديسمبر 2017
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William J
58 مساهمة
زوجان • نوفمبر 2017
‪this is a great place to visit - no fancy most things worn out but well worth the look as many many locals come here each day and you get to see all the things the do to keep busy from dancing to playing music - and most of it is free. Does need some TLC.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 نوفمبر 2017
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