Liu Changsheng's former residence is 81 Yuyuan Road. Today's Exhibition Hall shows the development and struggle of the underground organizations of the Communist Party of China through a series of combined scenes. The coffee shop on the ground floor also simulated and reproduced three secret contact shops of Shanghai Underground Party in the 1930s and 1940s: Shanghai Bookstore, Rongtai Yan and Public Coffee Cafe.
When we went to Jing'an Jiali and Jing'an Temple, we could not imagine that there was such a place on Yuyuan Road. I went by bike. The administrator won't let me park at the door. Say visit, just let stop. Ticket presentation is available on the porch of the ground floor. Ask again. Now you can visit without getting a ticket. The three level. The highest is not allowed up now. Sewing machines, large desks with hidden layers, large dictionaries for translation and other objects are also more. But there are all high-rise buildings around. Looking out of the windows inside, I can't imagine what it was like.
Walking Note 307 The secret organ of the Shanghai Bureau of the Communist Party of China before the liberation of Liu Changsheng's former residence. Liu Changsheng and others engaged in underground struggle under the cover of opening a cigarette shop. Zhang Chengzong also lived here. It shows such contents as the establishment of Shanghai local organization of the CPC, the relentless struggle, the anti-Japanese and national salvation campaign, the struggle for peace and democracy, the opposition to civil war, and the cooperation between inside and outside to liberate Shanghai.
Liu Changsheng's former residence is just outside the back door of Jiuguang Department Store. Turn right when you go out. It's opposite to Jingpin. This is also the exhibition hall of the struggle history of the underground organizations of the Communist Party of China in Shanghai. It is a large three-storey foreign house with a large balcony. No tickets, free visits, but on Monday off, I was empty the first time I went. The first floor was a cafe and a small shop. The second and third floors introduced the activities of the underground party through photographs and impression materials. It was not clear that there were volunteers wearing red scarves. I think the most interesting thing here is the snack bar. There are many antiques in it. There are many kinds of iron toys like winding toys. Hens lay eggs, frogs and soldiers. It's hard to buy them now.
The former residence is on the Yuyuan Road of Jing'an Temple, a small three-storey red brick house. The buildings we see now have been restored by history and reproduce the scene and layout before liberation. The second and third floors mainly show the development and work of Shanghai Underground Party before liberation, supplemented by many materials and materials of that year. It is very helpful for us to understand the history of that year. There are not many visitors. We can invite volunteer commentators in the exhibition room to explain it. Those who like red tourism can have a look.
Liu Changsheng's former residence is not a very famous place among many former residences in Shanghai. It is located at the junction of Yuyuan Road and Changde Road. It is a three-storey brick and wood building along the street. It was once one of the secret organs of the Shanghai Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. The reason why Liu Changsheng's former residence is called Liu Changsheng's residence is that from 1946 to 1949 when he was Deputy Secretary of the Shanghai Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, it is now officially open to the public as the exhibition hall of the struggle history of the underground organizations of the Communist Party of China in Shanghai. There are still many detailed introductions and revolutionary cultural relics in it. It is relatively close to Jing'an Temple, and it is only five or six minutes
This is an extraordinary period of time, many celebrities and anecdotes are buried in the long history of the years, there are many collections in the former residence, it is interesting to experience that time of war smoke, the building itself is also in place, it is not easy.
Oriented cross-country activities organized by the Federation of Trade Unions, Liu Changsheng's former residence, he is an underground intelligence officer of the Communist Party of China. From 1903 to 1967, Shandong people led the underground intelligence work in Shanghai and made great contributions to the development of our Party's work in Shanghai.
On Yuyuan Road, opposite Jingpin Building, there is a beautiful foreign house covered with ivy. It is elegant and quiet around the high-rise buildings. The three-storey building with brick and wood structure is Liu Changsheng's former residence. From 1946 to 1949, when Liu Changsheng was Deputy Secretary of the Shanghai Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, he lived in one of the secret organs of the Shanghai Bureau of the CPC Central Committee. On the second and third floors, there are pictures of the underground Party of the Communist Party of China, physical exhibitions, and "Feng Ji Mi Number" sculptures. Grocery stores on the ground floor and coffee shops were also restored at that time. They had some old Shanghai flavor. Unfortunately, they couldn't take photos. The disgusting waiters would press for shopping and coffee.
No. 81 Yuyuan Road was the residence of Comrade Liu Changsheng when he was Deputy Secretary of Shanghai Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China from 1946 to 1949. The exhibition hall of struggle history of underground organizations of the Communist Party of China in Shanghai was officially opened to the public.