A meeting on the future planning of Guozijian Street was held at No 1 Library of Dongcheng District of Beijing on June 11.
Around a dozen of topics related to the renovation and improvement of Guozijian Street, attendees including residents, urban planners, merchants, tourists and researchers conducted lively discussions to share their suggestions and expectations.
After discussions, three suggestions of regular exchanges should be held at Guozijian Street, featured businesses should be moderately retained and mutual understanding between residents and merchants should be enhanced received most support among attendees.
The meeting organizer expressed that next they will sort out the results of the meeting and hold more discussions to provide reference for renewal of the street.
Starting from Yonghegong Avenue in the east to Andingmennei Avenue in the west, Guozijian Street is located in the northwest of Dongcheng district of Beijing. It is the home of the Museum of Confucius Temple and Guozijian or the Imperial College during the Yuan (1206–1368), Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties.