Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum
Hong Kong, Mid-Levels, Castle Rd, 7號HK 香港島 中環
About Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum
Dr. Sun Yat-sen Museum highlights Dr. Sun's intimate connections with Hong Kong so that local citizens and overseas tourists alike will be able to reminisce about the activities of this great influential Chinese statesman.
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