[Explanation] Fuzhou Sanfang Qixiang Historical and Cultural District is located on the central axis of Fuzhou City. It is an ancient building complex with a radius of more than 400,000 square meters. Some people commented on it as "a piece of three lanes and seven alleys, half of modern Chinese history." ".

More than 400 celebrities have emerged from here in the past, including Lin Zexu, Shen Baozhen, Yan Fu, Bing Xin, Lin Juemin, and many others who have important influences on the process of modern China.

On the afternoon of March 24, General Secretary Xi Jinping made a special trip to the historical and cultural district of Sanfang Qixiang to learn about the protection of the historical and cultural district.

  [Explanation] Chen Lili is a staff member of the Sanfang Qixiang Cultural and Creative Center. She felt very cordial when she saw the general secretary.

Chen Lili told reporters that Langguan Lane, where the General Secretary walked, has become a popular place for people to check in in the past two days.

  [Concurrent] Chen Lili, a staff member of Sanfang Qixiang Cultural and Creative Center

  When I saw the general secretary, everyone at the scene was very happy, and then they all greeted the general secretary, and then the general secretary would also greet us.

I feel closer to us, and then closer to our lives, and then pay attention to the changes in our three lanes and seven alleys, and then some changes from the past to the present.

Because the general secretary came to this alley, there were a lot of people who said that we were punching cards in Langguan Lane.

  [Explanation] Sanfang Qixiang began in the Jin Dynasty and reached its peak during the Ming and Qing Dynasties.

After thousands of years, it is still basically intact.

Sanfang Qixiang is known as "Living Fossil of Lifang System" and "Ming and Qing Architecture Museum".

However, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Sanfang Qixiang also faced the risk of being destroyed.

At that time, the relevant departments of Fuzhou City approved a real estate development company to enter Sanfang Qixiang, preparing to demolish part of Lin Juemin’s former residence and convert it to commercial housing.

After learning the news, Xi Jinping, who had just served as the secretary of the Fuzhou Municipal Party Committee, requested that the demolition be suspended and the former residence should be repaired.

  [Concurrent] You Jiali, the guide of the historical and cultural district of Sanfang Qixiang

  (Xi Jinping) On the afternoon of March 10, 1991, he personally went to the former residence of Lin Juemin Bingxin in Sanfang Qixiang (the two lived here one after the other), held an on-site office meeting, and immediately decided to protect the former residence of celebrities. The former residence of Lin Juemin Bingxin also became the first courtyard in Sanfang Qixiang to be protected, and it also opened up the glorious cultural history of the entire Sanfang Qixiang.

  [Explanation] Chen Yongjian, 72, is an old resident of Sanfang Qixiang. From the dilapidated streets in the past to the crowded neighborhoods, he has witnessed the transformation of Sanfang Qixiang.

Ten years ago, Chen Yongjian became a volunteer narrator for Sanfang Qixiang, introducing the story of Sanfang Qixiang to tourists traveling from north to south.

  [Concurrent] Chen Yongjian, Volunteer Commentator of Three Lanes and Seven Alleys

  Before the renovation, the Three Lanes and Seven Alleys were devastated and there was no cross-flow of sewage and sewage. Now the ancient buildings have been restored. In the past ten years, the restoration process has not been overthrown and rebuilt.

The cultural brand of Sanfang Qixiang was launched, and some inherent cultures were introduced to compatriots at home and abroad, and introduced to tourists from all corners of the country, so as to enhance cultural self-confidence.

  [Explanation] Nowadays, Three Lanes and Seven Alleys have become one of the landmarks of Fuzhou City, attracting many tourists to visit and play.

  [Explanation] There are many celebrities in Sanfang Qixiang, and Yan Fu, an outstanding enlightenment thinker, educator, and translator in modern Chinese history, has also come out here.

It took him three years to translate the Englishman Huxley's "Tian Yan Lun" into Chinese.

This book clearly expresses the evolutionary viewpoint of "natural selection of things and survival of the fittest", and warns people that the country will perish if they fail to strengthen themselves.

The former residence of Yan Fu is located in Langguan Lane, a courtyard covering an area of ​​more than 600 square meters.

In 1997, at the academic seminar "Yan Fu and China's Modernization", Xi Jinping, then deputy secretary of the Fujian Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, wrote an inscription for Yan Fu: "Strictly conduct academic studies, advocate reforms, pursue truth, and patriotize the country." Highly praised.

During the inspection of Three Lanes and Seven Alleys, Xi Jinping walked into Yan Fu's former residence and once again felt the extraordinary insight and courage of this advanced Chinese.

  [Concurrent] You Jiali, the guide of the historical and cultural district of Sanfang Qixiang

  Mr. Yan Fu’s spirit is mainly to set a very important example for modern Chinese science and patriotism, and continue to inherit and learn from Mr. Yan Fu’s precious cultural spirit.

  [Explanation] In April 2002, Xi Jinping, then governor of Fujian Province, wrote in the preface to the book "Fuzhou Ancient House": Protecting ancient buildings and protecting cultural relics means preserving history, preserving the context of the city, and preserving The invisible fine traditions of historical and cultural cities.

When General Secretary Xi Jinping went to Fujian for investigation and investigation, he visited Zhu Xi Garden, a memorial hall to commemorate the famous Southern Song Confucian Zhu Xi in Wuyi Mountain. Xi Jinping pointed out that we must pay special attention to excavating the essence of the five thousand years of Chinese civilization and promote excellent traditional culture.

From Zhuxi Garden in Wuyi Mountain to Three Lanes and Seven Alleys in Fuzhou, it is not difficult to see that Xi Jinping has always paid attention and thought to the protection of historical and cultural heritage.

  [Concurrent] You Jiali, the guide of the historical and cultural district of Sanfang Qixiang

  The general secretary was able to return to Fuzhou in person again, back to Sanfang Qixiang, where he once came, he instructed us to continue to do a good job in the cultural work of Sanfang Qixiang and continue to protect the cultural heritage of Fuzhou, so we We must also follow the teachings of the general secretary and pass on our own work and the culture of Fuzhou.

  Reporter Wu Shengwei reports from Fuzhou, Fujian

Editor in charge: [Li Yuxin]