| Left: The main entrance, facing south, with employees of travel training school.
Below: Chimney and pigeon holes and perch. 1998
Today, the house is occupied by a Chinese travel industry training school, which also uses the building next door, in the house's former front yard.
|Main entry||Dining room|
The furniture and paneling in the Hudec house was carved by the Jesuit orphanage residents. Below is a photograph from the Hudec archive showing Hudec with unidentified Jesuit clergy. His family says Hudec had always been interested in religion, and made a point of frequently inviting clergy to his home.
Hudec, in white, with Jesuit clergy. No date, no location.
|Student in woodcarving workshop in Jesuit orphanage.|
Photo from Virtual Shanghai.
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