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When you leave Wenshu Monastery, do not forget this place - Gu Niangniang Miao (Gu Niangniang Temple).
I visited this historic relic by chance.
At that time, it looked like a lonely child, who was forgot over the long history of China and stayed year by year behind the back wall of Wenshu Monastery.
It was known by few, visited by few.
The only sign of its name was painted in black on the mud wall at the entry of the alley where it lay.
When I revisited it several years later, there were some differences, but the strong feel, which brought me back to the times of ancient Shu, stayed unchanged.
Smoke from incense flying with the wind, tea served in a set of cups, cane chairs standing in the hall, the blackboard on which tea drinkers wrote discussions about the five elements ...
That is a typical day in Chengdu, especially for those old folks enjoying slow life.
That is a typical day in Chengdu, the nature of which has never changed even over nearly 2,000 years.
If this temple has its memory, I wanna ask, "Do you remember Liu Chen?
If this temple has its thoughts, I wanna ask, "Beneath which tree were the blood, tear, sadness and discontent of the Lius buried?"