Su Xiaoxiao, a famous singsong girl in Hangzhou during the Southern Qi Dynasty (470-502), was endowed with both beauty and talent.

Her poems have enjoyed great popularity.

It was said that she was buried at one side of the Xiling Bridge after her death.

Later, Mucai Pavilion (the Pavilion for Admiring the Talented) housing her tomb was set up by people who admired her literary talent.

Her tomb was destroyed in 1980s and restored in 2004

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