Memorial Garden to the Martyrs
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Memorial Garden to the Martyrs information
East of the Institute on Zhongshan Sanlu, the garden commemorates those killed on 13 December 1927 under the orders of Chiang Kaishek. The massacre occurred when a small group of workers, led by the CCP, were gunned down by Kuomintang forces. Over 5000 lives were lost.