It is graded with national AAAA. Located at No.96 Zunyilaochengziyin Road, it was the private house of Bai Huizhang, commander of Second Division, Twenty-Five Army of Kuomintang. It is a two-storey building with bricks and woods and incorporated Chinese and Western styles. Built in the early 30s, it is used to be the most enormous building in Zunyi. In early January of 1935, it became the residence of the Red Army General Commander after the troop arrived. From January 15 to 17 in the same year, the well-known Zunyi Meeting (i.e. the enlargement meeting of the Central Political Committee) was held in the small upstairs living room of the former owner. The meeting established the new leaders of Central Committee led by Mao Zedong.