Dongguan is located on the Pearl River Delta, very close to Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Macau. It is a great base from which to explore the sights of southern China. Dongguan is well known as the workshop of the world with more than 151,000 industrial enterprises and the number of Fortune Global 500 is up to 31 since 2010. It is also a famous hometown for overseas ethnic Chinese. There are several famous ancient monuments in Dongguan, close the venue for AOCNS 2023 conference.
The Keyuan Garden
Keyuan Garden is one of the four famous gardens of Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in Guangdong Province. Located in the west of Dongguan, it occupies an area of 2,200 square meters (0.54 acres) in a triangular-shape. It was built with blue bricks in 1850 by Zhang Jingxiu, a deposed military officer. Since 2001, the garden is under state govenment protection as a national cultural heritage site.
The view of Keyuan garden lake.
The birds eye view of Keyuan garden
China Chenxiang Agarwood Culture Museum
China Agarwood Culture Museum is a museum of Agarwood culture, located in Xiangshi Park, Liaobu Town, Dongguan City. Dongguan agarwood culture has a long history and rich connotation. The Museum of Chinese Aloes Culture museum covers an area of 8,199 square meters, with a total construction area of 8,800 square meters, and is designed by He Jingtang, designer of the China Pavilion, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and the Dean of the School of Architecture of South China University of Technology. The museum introduces in detail the development history of traditional Chinese incense culture since ancient times, which has strong cultural and educational significance. At the same time, it is equipped with modern audio-optical equipment, which enables good interaction with the visitors. The pavilion has the treasure of the town - a huge incense burner with cast iron inscriptions of Qianlong's flourishing age in the Qing Dynasty, which collects agarwood from all over the world, allowing visitors to travel through history and feel the great charm of agarwood culture. It is one of the main bases for the spread of incense culture in China and even the world, and a window for citizens to understand the knowledge of Chinese and foreign Agarwood culture.
Agarwood displayed in the museum.
Agarwood incense censer.
Artificially manufacturing the agarwood incense.
The Nanshe Ming and Qing Dynasty Ancient Village
Nanshe Ming and Qing Ancient Village are distinctive destinations in the Pearl River Delta, offering an opportunity to experience the architectural style and traditional culture of the Ming and Qing eras. The centuries-old villages of Nanshe were forced out during the expansion of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, but experts and scholars have joined forces to protect and maintain culturally significant carvings and valuable relics, as well as edifices from the era which have managed to remain intact to this day. Their heroic efforts are responsible for the continued existence of the Xie’s Ancestral Hall, which was constructed from clay with red stone running along the base of its walls. Additionally, a masonry building built with brick and a customary three-bay courtyard with triple entrances are sights worth seeing.
The view for the Nanshe Ming and Qing Dynasty Ancient Village from the river.
The Hundred Years Old memorial gate in the ancient village.
Songshan Lake is Dongguan's high technology industrial center. The CSNS locates nearby the Songshan lake. Songshan Lake Park is a place where you can enjoy the natural landscape by riding a bike around the lake. The flowers and the lakeside landscape are beautiful. The Opium War Museum, the Sea Battle Museum, ancient cannonades and historic battlefield sites are located at Humen of Dongguan. The folk dance of Lion Dancing, Cantonese Opera Performance, the Dragon Boat Racing are also widespread popular folk activities in China.
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