Hui'an was the first stop for Chinese to Vietnam hundreds of years ago, so I met many Chinese guildhalls. Among them, the Chinese Guildhall is one of the four major Chinese guildhalls. At the same time, the Chinese Guildhall was the earliest Chinese Guildhall built in Chenghua period of Ming Dynasty (1465-1487). As a common clubhouse of local Chinese, it shoulders the important task of inheriting and developing Chinese culture. The white wall is marked with red and striking "etiquette, righteousness and shame". On the front is the red "Tianhou Palace", in which the Queen of Heaven is worshipped by the Virgin Mazu, and on both sides are worshipped by Guanyin Bodhisattva and the Monarch of Finance and Silk Stars. Very back to the previous era.
Potted plants with large pots at the entrance are suitable for concave shape. Yellow wall safflower is also the representative scenery of Hui'an. When I went there, there weren't many people. The old gentleman in the club seemed to be the second generation of Chinese in Singapore. Chinese was not good enough. I suggest you take a look at it. No tickets here.
The Chinese Guild Hall is a very worthwhile ancient building in the ancient city of Hui'an. It is also a representative building in the ancient city of Hui'an. It was built with donations from overseas Chinese in Vietnam. In order to better educate future generations, overseas Chinese in Vietnam wrote some memorable couplets and epigrams. The four big characters of etiquette and shame were written on a white wall, telling future generations to abide by them all the time.
The Chinese Guild Hall was the earliest Chinese Guild Hall built in Hui'an by Chinese people. It was traditionally built in the Ming Dynasty and was the base of Chinese people at that time. In addition to the goddess of heaven, there are several stone tablets that record the "past and present life" of the Guild Hall and the Chinese martyrs who died in the battlefield.
There are two rows of bonsai in the courtyard of the guild hall. The two tallest pots beside the door are written "public ownership, public administration, public enjoyment" and "nationality, civil rights, people's livelihood". The strength of culture is the strongest force in every aspect of the world where the Chinese culture is left behind.
Hui'an Ancient Town, Linger has to go back to find the characteristic ice stick. Grandma can't walk, she can only wander around casually. Now tourism is not only increasing knowledge, but also slowing down the pace. On the roadside dancing than the world language, ordered a cup of mung bean soup with coconut juice, tofu brain, to order their own.
As a result, there are Chinese, Fujian, Guangzhao and other clan halls in the town. There are also Chinese learning classes in the town. The Chinese cultural characteristics are very obvious. From the architectural style and layout, it is almost the same as the ancient towns in the south of China (except for tourists, I have not heard to speak Chinese in the streets). The next morning I found a rice noodle stall in a narrow open space in front of a temple. It was really an interesting experience to eat breakfast in the environment of an ancient building. So I sat happily on a small bench. When the store aunt served the aromatic steaming beef and rice flour.