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Walking into Shichahai and experience the taste of Beijing ——Cultural practice activities in Chinese Hutong

Beijing’s hutongs are not only the context of the city and the main road of traffic, but also the place where ordinary people live in Beijing, and an important stage for the development and evolution of the history and culture of the capital. The fourth unit of the Chinese textbook has launched "Hometown Cultural Life". In order to truly understand Beijing’s Hutong culture, our school organized all high school students to walk into the Hutong and conducted field visits and inspections.

On the morning of October 23, the sky was clear and the autumn sky was refreshing. Under the leadership of Principal Mage, the high school students looked forward to starting a field trip to Shichahai area to explore old Beijing. The students on the bus were excitedly exchanging the inspection topics of the various groups, discussing the key points of interviews with the hutong people.

The first stop of the inspection is Nanluoguxiang, an 800-meter-long hutong, located on the east side of Beijing's central axis and one of the oldest neighborhoods in Beijing. The hutongs, courtyards, and the royal culture of the red wall and golden tiles are the embodiment of the folk color.

Wandering in the old, long, narrow and secluded alley, the students took out the school case and quickly recorded it on the street. In front of the old house with a profound sense of history, the students carefully observed.

They walked into the yandaixiejie street to explore her past. Yandaixiejie is located in the core area of Shichahai Historical and Cultural Reserve. It is said that the banner people who lived in Beicheng at that time were mostly addicted to smoking tobacco, and the tobacco leaves were packed in pipes. As the demand for cigarette pouches is increasing day by day, a household on Xiejie opened a pouch shop. Today, Yandaixiejie is a mature commercial pedestrian street with traditional cultural characteristics. The buildings on both sides are simple and elegant. The form of the front store and the back residence presents a profound market style and strong old Beijing characteristics. Walking into this street, we seem to have entered a time and space tunnel.

We walked through Chaodou Hutong and Yinyi Hutong. We walked into Yuer Hutong and Maoer Hutong. We walked around Qianhai and came to Yindingqiaotou. Each hutong has its own story. The interesting anecdotes in it, the style of the times, and the rich cultural atmosphere, spread in front of us. We record carefully, listen carefully, and think slowly.

In the afternoon, we came to Guo Moruo's former residence, a quiet place in the noisy place. The red sun slanted west, we waved goodbye to Beijing Hutong. In the autumn afternoon, the hutongs of old Beijing were narrow and stretched unhurriedly, just as quiet as the vicissitudes of life for many years.