It introduces experience of General Liu Wenhui of becoming a minister of the New PRC from a warlord through 5 parts including “Pursuing knowledge and Practicing Martial Art in Boyhood; Rise on Military Force in Youth; Governing Xikang; Uprising of Liu, Deng and Pan and Being Devoted to Construction of New China”. The former residence of Liu Wenhui, covering an area of more than 40 mu, a gross area of 23,833㎡, a floor area of 8,626㎡ and holding 27 courtyards and 200 rooms, was started to construct in 1938 and completed in 1942. It is twin mansion combined by 2 gates both of which have courtyards, gardens, tennis courts, etc. inside. Besides, there are pavilions for moon watching, opera performance stage, treasure house, etc. Characteristics of feudalistic mansions and features of Western castles form the unique style of the mansion and make it a representative modern architecture combining both Chinese and Western elements.