百子里公园

在中上环一带游走,您会发现不少孙中山遗留下来的革命印记,当中百子里公园属于“孙中山史迹径”其中一站。这里位置隐秘,却又四通八达。1892年3月13日,杨衢云和谢缵泰等在公园旁的百子里1号创立了辅仁文社,以“开启民智”为宗旨,为革命志士提供聚会议事的场地。1895年初,文社与孙中山的兴中会合并。同年2月21日,香港兴中会正式成立。

如今的百子里公园入口处及小巷梯级是公园采用阶梯式布局,按照时序逐层介绍革命历史。白墙面、黑框架和栏杆,配以漏空设计,让前景与背景层迭显现,将历史与景观合而为一。

(以上资讯来源于网络)

Pak Tsz Lane Park

Pak Tsz Lane Park is a park in Central, Hong Kong, featuring a monument celebrating the late 19th century revolutionary anti-Qing Dynasty activity of the members of the Furen Literary Society and the Hong Kong chapter of the Revive China Society.[1] Leading members of these societies were Yeung Ku-wan (President), Sun Yat-sen and Tse Tsan-tai.

The park is located in central Hong Kong, in a quiet square behind Aberdeen Street, Hollywood Road, Gage Street and Peel Street. It is close to the rear of 52 Gage Street where the revolutionists met and where Yeung Ku-wan taught and was eventually assassinated by Qing Dynasty agents. The Park can be approached by a number of narrow lanes, such as Sam Ka Lane, and Pak Tsz Lane, all of which afforded a number of possibilities for a quick get-away by the revolutionists, in case of action against them by either Qing agents or the Hong Kong police.

The park was refurbished by the architecture firm Ronald Lu & Partners, who were also responsible for the design. The work was directed and financed ($HK 40 million) by the Hong Kong Urban Renewal Authority. It was opened in May 2012, in time for the Xinhai Revolution Centenary anniversary in October 2011.

(the above info is from the internet)