Hundreds of monuments

Located on the east side of the Baijiang Forest of Steles, the Baijia Forest of Steles was built on July 27, 1988. It is the first monument forest in China to celebrate the cultural theme of the Great Wall. On the wall of the 75-meter-long antique corridor is a collection of 104 statesmen, artists, scientists, calligraphers and international friends of the precious ink, engraved stele, known as a hundred stele forest. Among the hundreds of famous Chinese and foreign writers on the Great Wall at Huangyaguan are Li Ruihuan, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, secretary and mayor of the Tianjin Municipal Committee of the CPC, Gu Mu, State Councilor, Huanghua, Geng Bi, Xu Deheng, Zhou Gucheng, Zhu Xuefan, Yan Keats, Banchen Erdeni Qujijianzan, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress. The ink marks of Wang Renzhong, Wang Shoudao, Lei Jieqiong, Vice Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, famous painters Wu Zuoren, Liu Haisu, famous calligrapher Qigong, famous dramatist Cao Yu and other calligraphers and artists; the ink marks of Huang Wenhuan, an international friend, inscribed the "Wonders of the World, Wonders of China"; the ink marks of former Japan The ink of Prime Minister Shigeru Kawabata, a famous Japanese calligrapher, and the ink of calligraphers in Hong Kong and Taiwan. These Chinese ink treasures, or a monument to celebrate the past, or magnificent creatures to express the national aspirations, dazzling and beautiful. With the hundred tablets of the forest stand, the combination of culture and martial arts can match each other. The scenery of zengbei is a metaphor for the rise of China.