Exhibition Hall of Su Zhaozheng's Former Residence
Su Zhaozheng (1885-1929), a native of Qi’ao Village, Tangjiawan Town, Zhuhai, was one of the early leaders of the Chinese Communist Party and a well-known leader of the Chinese Workers’ Movement. He facilitated establishment of the Chinese Industrial Federation of Seamen in Hong Kong and led the famous Hong Kong Seamen’s and Canton-Hong Kong strikes. He formerly had been a member and chairman of the Executive Committee of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions, and a standing member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee.
The Former Residence of Su Zhaozheng is a cultural relic protection unit of Guangdong Province. In 2010, it was refurbished and an exhibition hall was added. Held in the hall is an exhibition, “From a Seaman to an Outstanding Leader of Chinese Workers’ Movement -- in Memory of the Republic’s Hero Su Zhaozheng.”
Address: Dongxifang, Qi’ao Village, Qi’ao Island, Tangjiawan Town, Zhuhai
Bus: 85 (Tangjia to North Qi’ao (Qi’ao Bei)