"Frame 13 - City Wall of Tsinan and the city moat where clothes are washed. Tsinan has both a city wall and a suburb wall 'with toothless battlements'". Nature does her best, with informal growth of grass and bushes, to make them look less formidable. The suburb wall seems to bisect our campus, because the medical School and Hospital developed as an older unit inside the wall, where as the Arts and Science and Theology Schools developed later on the open campus outside the suburb. In times of martial law, when the gates are fast closed and guarded, Cheeloo has had a number of gallant gentlemen, both British and American, who have scaled the wall by securing footholds in its uneven surface.; A moat encircles the wall, carrying water from the city's springs to its rivers, and furnishing facilities, en route, for the water supply for private homes (carried to the door in wooden tubs on creaking carts), for baths (public or private, as you prefer) and for the neighborhood laundry bee. Clothes are washed on a flat stone by percussion, with a sort of wooden rolling pin, and the fresh flowing water caries away the soil." [now Jinan] A city wall made of brick, with two archways visible. One of the archways has a gate. There is a pool of water in front of the wall, and several people are around it, washing clothes.