On a rainy day with umbrellas in full bloom, I set out along the Sun Yat Sen Trail as a remembrance of the founder of the Chinese nation in the month of the Chinese National Day.
How would Dr. Sun Yat Sen, a figure well-loved among Chinese in the world and a master negotiator able to bridge differences, view the recent protests in Hong Kong? How would he set out to resolve the crisis in the birthplace of his revolutionary ideals? From a walk along the Sun Yat Sen Trail with most shops closed in anticipation of protests, I believe he would bridge differences through thought and understanding, for he once famously said: “To understand is difficult, to act is easy.”. And on that note, here are some of the beautiful spots along the Sun Yat Sen Trail to reminisce and provoke thought:
De Facto Leader of Soul Art Shop, Tiger the cat, with lucky Chinese charms. Located opposite Sun Yat Sen Trail spot 10 at the site of the former Alice Memorial Hospital where Dr. Sun Yat Sen once worked as a doctor.
Pic name: Cat tiger