Wuding Fu Official Residence

(Cont’ from Binzhou page)

It was named in 1462 when one of the Ming Emperor executed his rebellious and greedy son to safeguard social justice. The entire building complex served as the county’s town hall where local residents reported their issues there.

Wuding Fu is one of the best preserved county mansions in China with a documented history of 2,400 years. From displays inside, you will hear many stories about how social justice was practiced time again by protecting the innocent and punishing the evil. Now you have a chance to peek into extremely well documented lives of Shandong people. Look out for a lady guide who has many inspiring stories of the mansion to share with you. Some of them are very personal first hand. One of the interesting facts is her father led a massive recovery and rescue mission to excavate the historical engraved stone tablet 45 years ago. Back then, he was the Museum Director. Thereafter, her brother was appointed Museum Director who will be retiring soon. Her family heritage is intertwined with Wuding Fu and her generation continues this heritage mission to preserve and to educate visitors. She has so many stories to be share.  

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