Live: Three Lanes and Seven Alleys in Fuzhou, half of China’s modern history

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    Three Lanes and Seven Alleys, or Sanfang Qixiang in Chinese, located at the center of Fuzhou City, capital of southeast China’s Fujian Province, is one of the largest and well-preserved architectural complexes in China. It is known as a museum of architecture of the Ming and Qing dynasties that date more than 650 years back. Follow video blogger Jessica Zang and filmmaker and vlogger Jack le Roux in their exploration of this centuries-old crisscrossed block that showcases the history, culture, and folk art of the city. #Chinabyroad

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