I think the Zhonghua Guild Hall is quite good. In addition to the functions of a general guild hall, it also shows the history of Chinese struggle here, and there is actually a wall of martyrs, which I feel can be seen.
There is quite a wealth of things to see in the Chinese Guild Hall. Although the area is not particularly large, it has traditional Chinese history and culture, as well as all aspects of religion. It can be regarded as a good cultural gathering place.
The Chinese Guild Hall is the earliest Chinese Guild Hall built by the Chinese in Hoi An. According to legend, it was built in the Ming Dynasty and was the base of the Chinese at that time. In addition to the goddess of the Queen of Heaven, there are several stone tablets that record the "previous lives and present lives" of the hall, as well as the Chinese martyrs who died in battle.
It is similar to a local Chinese guild hall, which was previously built by overseas Chinese in Fujian and Zhejiang. Inside, there is a lot of Chinese culture. There is also a plaque to commemorate Mr. Sun Yat-sen and the original site of the factory.
The Chinese Pavilion in Vietnam, I have been here for many years, it is built by Chinese people, although the area is not particularly large, but it is very Chinese architecture style.
The typical Chinese style architecture reflects Chinese civilization and reflects the folk customs and customs of the time.
The Zhonghua Guild Hall is the earliest Chinese Guild Hall established in Hoi An. According to legend, it was built during the Chenghua period of the Ming Dynasty (1465-1487). In 1741, it was called "Foreign Merchants Guild Hall", also known as "Jiangzhe Guild Hall". It was jointly built by Fujian, Guangdong, Hainan, Chaozhou and the Hakkas. As a common hall for local Chinese, it shoulders the important task of inheriting and developing Chinese culture. There are two rows of bonsai in the courtyard of the hall. The white and yellow flowerpots are neatly aligned. The two tallest flowerpots by the door read "public ownership, public governance, public enjoyment" and "nationality, civil rights, and people's livelihood". The white walls, green windows, and green pillars of the wing rooms on both sides are very fresh, and the white wall of one small room is marked with red, “Protitude, Justice, Honest and Shame”. On the front is the red "Thean Hou Temple", which enshrines the Queen Mother Mazu, and on both sides is enshrined the Guanyin Bodhisattva and the Caisi Xingjun.
Hoi An was the first stop for Chinese to Vietnam hundreds of years ago, so I met many Chinese guild halls. Among them, the Chinese guild hall was one of the four Chinese guild halls. At the same time, the Chinese guild hall was the first Chinese guild hall to be established. It is said that it was built in the Ming Dynasty. During the period of time (1465-1487). As a common hall for local Chinese, it shoulders the important task of inheriting and developing Chinese culture. On the white wall, there is a red eye-catching "Rite, Justice, Honest and Shame" written on it. On the front is the red "Thean Hou Temple", which enshrines the Queen Mother Mazu, and on both sides is enshrined the Guanyin Bodhisattva and the Caisi Xingjun. It feels like going back to the old days!
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