March 18, 1915, an anti-Japanese meeting was gathered in Shanghai's Zhang Garden. The number of the gathered people exceeded 30,000. They decided to resist Japanese products and save money for saving the country. As a special space in the city, garden's public functions caught scholars' interests. Other than Shanghai, there are several examples. For details you may refer to our research finding: Wu Jen-shu, "Gardens and Urban Society: A Social-historical Analysis of Suzhou Gardens during the Ming and Qing Dynasties".
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