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Pak Tsz Lane Park

Pak Tsz Lane Park was the site of an important event in the history of Chinese revolutionary movements. On 13 March 1892, Yeung Ku-wan and Tse Tsan-tai founded the Furen Society, a meeting place for revolutionaries, at 1 Pak Tsz Lane, which is right next to the park. The society eventually merged with Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Revive China Society. The park features exhibition panels, white walls, black frames and fences as well as cut-out details revealing the development of Furen Society’s history layer after layer.

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