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Quejin (Bribery-denying) Pavilion Tablet
2011-05-03 11:40:27
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Quejin (Bribery-denying) Pavilion Tablet, Dongguan, Guangdong


Quejin (Bribery-denying) Pavilion Tablet with a height of 184 cm and a width of 102 cm is a tablet made of bluestone with a foundation of red sandstone which makes it look colossal. It was built in the 21st year of the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty (1542 A.D., and is now located at the crossing point of Guangming Road and Jiaochang Street in downtown Dongguan. This stone tablet built by foreign merchants more than 460 years ago not only recorded the actions of Dongguan in improving the investment and trade environment but also reflected the image of the simple, honest and unsophisticated people and the civilized and incorruptible government. The Bribery-denying Pavilion Tablet has been listed as a national priority protection unit.


Add: Guangming Road and Jiangchang Street cross, Guancheng District, Dongguan


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