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Consul of China asked the mayor to restore the house of the last Chinese emperor in Khabarovsk

Today, the mayor of Khabarovsk, Alexander Sokolov, met with Su Phanciu, consul general of the People's Republic of China in Khabarovsk, recently appointed to this post. The Consul asked the mayor two questions. The first concerns the premises of the consulate in Khabarovsk. According to Su Fangqiu, now it is located on the territory of the Lenin Stadium and covers an area of ​​about 1400 square meters. As the relationship develops, this is not enough. The consulate needs over three thousand square meters. Su Fangqiu asked Alexander Sokolov to help in this.

The second question touched the house of the last Emperor of China Pu I. It is in the territory of the Red River. The new Consul General noted the dilapidated state of the structure.

“If possible, we ask the government of Khabarovsk to help. The Chinese side can provide assistance. Russian experts told me that Mr. Pu Yi had recently been living near the Krasnaya Rechka hotel. It is worth discussing the issue of establishing this house as a monument or simply a pavilion, a museum. We need young people, our children to remember history. It's interesting and attracts tourists, ”said Su Fanqiu.

However, for certain it is not known exactly where the emperor lived. According to some information, he stayed for 7 months in this house on the Red River until the liberation of the Northeast of China, after which the Soviet troops returned him to the Celestial Empire. There is also information about his residence in the main mansion of the merchant Plyusnin. According to Su Fangqiu, many tourists are interested in the building on the Red River. He would like, after repair, this room became a museum dedicated to the last emperor of China. The mayor promised to study the issue and decide what can be done.

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