Right across the street from the front door of the Hoi An Folk Culture Museum and turn left is Ye Ho Tong Old Treasure. Entering the tour is also to ask the owner of the address of the novelty house. We chatted with Mr. Ye for a while. He told us that our ancestors were from Meixian, Guangdong, and Ye Jianying’s fellow villager. He took out the "Hoi An Now and Past" printed by the Zhonghua Guild and gave it to us, and then gave us CCTV shots to walk into Asia. Thank you very much for entering the DVD of "The Journey of Searching the Ancients in Central China" in Vietnam. The ancestor of Ye Tongyuan’s old treasure was a Chinese medicine business, and some Chinese who went to Nanyang sent money back to their hometowns. Now they are showing some antique porcelain.
Ye Tongji Old Treasure Hao is a tourist attraction in Hoi An that requires entrance fees. Its original owner was a Hakka in Guangdong. He opened a medicinal shop in the local area in the early years. Because of its integrity management, it has gained the trust of the locals and its business has grown. Later, such a house was built, which can be used for living or as a medicinal shop. Now there are still some old things from that year.
Ye Tongji Old Treasure is very close to Hoi An Folk Museum, so you can visit it together. This is also a historic mansion. The owner of the building was from Meixian, Guangdong. The owner's surname was also one of the surnames of Meixian. It developed very well in Hoi An and built such a big house after becoming rich. It was once operated as a pharmacy in the past, and people who visit here now can feel its business booming.
Ye Tongyuan Jiubao was built at the end of the 19th century and used to be a medicine shop, so you can still see some Chinese medicines here. The furniture displayed here is all used by the owner before, which has a sense of history, and the porcelain is also very exquisite. Belongs to an attraction in the ticket.
The Ceramic Trade Museum is a large-scale pottery exhibition hall that can be accessed with the Guzhen Pass. It displays many exhibits related to China. In addition to the porcelain on display, there are also many porcelains that are made into decorations and mounted on the walls, which are very distinctive.