Visiting Qu Yuan Temple in the poet’s hometown of Zigui

The Qu Yuan Temple was originally built during the Tang Dynasty (618-907) to commemorate the patriotic poet some 1,100 years after his death. While the temple has undergone several renovations and even moved locations, the legacy of Qu Yuan still remains. Nowadays, people come to Zigui, Hubei, to pay their respects to Qu Yuan and celebrate his life and poetry. Join Rachel on a walk around this temple.

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