Licha Square is located in the center of Manila, Philippines. There is a light rail station on the east, an ancient Chinese city crossing the river on the north, an ocean park on the west, and a number of schools and cultural and art venues of Philippine government agencies on the south. The northwest corner of the square was the martyrdom of Richard, the father of Philippine independence, 100 years ago. The largest national flag of the Philippines was on the west side of the square, guarded by soldiers and dyed red by the sunset. There is a music fountain in the middle of the square. At night, the fountain dances with music and lights, which is spectacular. There are "China Park" on the north side of the square, a "World is Public" plaque at the gate, and a small "China Park" with Chinese-style garden buildings and zoos.