Highlights: During the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, Siming Mountain was one of the 19 base areas in the country and made immortal contributions to the Chinese revolution. There have been countless revolutionaries throwing their heads and blood here, leaving behind the monument to the revolutionary martyrs in Siming Mountain, the former site of the CPC Zhejiang East District Committee, the former site of the Political Department of the New Fourth Army's East Zhejiang guerrilla column, the former site of the headquarters of the New Fourth Army's East Zhejiang guerrilla column, and the East Zhejiang Administrative Office. , the former site of the Anti-Japanese Military and Political Cadre School in eastern Zhejiang and many other relics of the Red Revolution. In the 2005 "Top Ten Scenic Spots of Red Tourism in China" co-sponsored by "Party Construction" magazine of the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and China Red Tourism Network, the former site of the Anti-Japanese Base in East Zhejiang (Siming Mountain) was rated as "Top Ten Scenic Spots of Red Tourism in China" one. On May 25, 2006, the former site of the Anti-Japanese Base in East Zhejiang was approved by the State Council and the Ministry of Culture as the sixth batch of national key cultural relics protection units.