The Sino-British Street History Museum, formerly the Sino-British Street Historical Memorial Hall, is a thematic local history museum invested by the Yantian District Government of Shenzhen. The museum tried to use the expression technique and restored the exhibition to reproduce the prosperity and peaceful market of Donghe Market in the late Qing Dynasty, which truly reflected the progress of the local people from the traditional agricultural economy to the commodity economy. The panoramic sand table of the New Territories and Sha Tau Kok in Hong Kong, produced using modern electronic means, visually reproduces the criminal acts of British colonialists who divide Chinese territory. The Zhongying Street Warning Clock, which is located in the Museum Square, reminds visitors to visit the history of the humiliation of Zhongying Street.
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