In 1955, Tomb of King Shaowu and his Liegemen
was migrated from its original location near Liuhua Bridge
to the current location under the Muke Hummock owing to construction
of Guangzhou Gymnasium. It was then listed as a cultural relic
unit in Guangzhou. Buried in the Tomb were the King Shaowu！Zhu
Yu, and his liegemen, totally 15 persons. The King Shaowu
was one of the kings on the throne during South Ming Dynasty.
However, found in the tomb was merely one grave stone and
a handful of loess. In the late Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yu, brother
of King Longwu, was exiled to Guangzhou, and established his
imperial government here at the end of 1646, entitling his
reigning year as Shaowu. Posterities blamed King Shaowu and
his liegemen for their incompetence in their positions and
their lust for material benefits, which led to internal feud.
The imperial government of Shaowu reigned for only 40 days,
and was subjugated by Manchu troops.