The monument to the Shaji massacre is just under the bridge of the People's Bridge. It can be seen on the sand surface just before it emerges. It is opposite the bell tower of the Customs House. The monument was built in the Republic of China, destroyed several times later, and finally built and erected here by the government after the reform and opening up. It commemorates the people who sacrificed for the revolution with four simple words "Don't forget this. Japan, but always remind us not to forget history, must be self-reliant and self-reliant, lagging behind only beaten, and even very difficult to return.
In the evening, walking along the Pearl River and along the Jiangxi Road from the sand under the lamplight. I met this monument not far from the People's Bridge. The monument is on the square in front of the customs building. The child carefully looked at the introduction of the inscription by the light of his mobile phone.
The monument to the Shaji tragedy is located at the intersection of Xinji Road and Jiangxi Road in Liwan District, Guangzhou. It is a historic scenic spot. It's not very noticeable. It's a monument that can't be found without paying attention to the passing. It's near the Pearl River cruise ship terminal. According to the Pearl River, Nanfang Mansion bus stop will arrive.
Near the Shamian building area in Guangzhou, there stands a monument to the Shaji massacre. On June 19, 1925, Hong Kong workers went on strike and were shot by British and French machine guns, causing numerous deaths and injuries. At that time, the National Government erected a monument and rebuilt it in 2001, setting up a "don't forget this day" monument.
The Sakyi tragedy happened in 1925. The monument was erected in 1926. The current monument is located under the People's Bridge. It's near the surface of the sand. It was the place where the tragedy happened. But now the Pearl River has become a park. It's all distracted. There are not many people hanging by it.
In 1926, the then revolutionary government of Guangdong erected a stone tablet inscribed with "Don't forget this day" on the east side of the People's Bridge and along the Pearl River. The present monument was built in 2001 and restored according to the original shape of the monument built in 1926.