Location：Donghai West Road, Shinan District, Qingdao 266071, China
May 4th Square, or known as Wu Si Square, is a large public square in Qingdao's central business district. As a symbol of this city, the May 4th Square got its name in memory of China's historical May 4th Movement, which started in Qingdao, the square is best recognized by the large "May Wind" (Wuyue Feng) sculpture near the seaside. It is located between the municipal government building and Fushan Bay. As a popular tourist destination, this square is bordered by the city government to the north, the sea to the south, and residential and commercial buildings on either side. It covers an area of 10 hectares. The most remarkable structure, located in the center of the square, is the spiral sculpture entitled “Wind of May.” All sorts of fountains are scattered across the square, providing it with some magnificent decoration. The nighttime views here are excellent. With the moist air and soft sea breeze, it is a wonderful place to go for a walk after dinner. Especially on pleasant days, May 4th Square is filled with young couples on the ground and kites in the air.
It is composed of the Shizhengting Square, the central square and the coastal park. These three parts have their own features and the whole square is a combination of local Qingdao features and modern design. There are a lot of vendors selling various kinds of sea products and ornaments and many people provide photo-taking services so it's very crowded.