As Chinese people gather, there are many Chinese guildhalls in Hui'an. Chaozhou Guildhall is one of the four major guildhalls. It was built in 1845 and has distinct Chaozhou cultural characteristics. The vermilion-red doorpost holds a two-layer green glazed tile roof, and the eaves are warped. The characters in the shrine incense case, flower and fruit carving, exquisite and subtle, unique in shape. It is said that all the building materials were transported from Chaoshan's hometown. It's very chronological.
Chaozhou Guild Hall is not far from Qiongfu Guild Hall. The two Guild Halls can be visited together, each with its own characteristics. There is an old man at the entrance of Chaozhou Guild Hall who specializes in checking tickets here. He feels stiff, as if all tourists owe him. He seems to be more fierce than the door god at the entrance of the Guild Hall. Haha, joke, the layout of the Guild Hall can be carefully appreciated.
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There are many clubs here. The pillars and eaves of Chaozhou Guild Hall are more exquisite. Sculptures with dragons as elements or stories as themes fill the whole Guild Hall. It is not difficult to see the ingenuity of Chinese people from the wood carvings on the walls.
It should be the most exquisite Club hall in Hui'an. The architecture is very distinctive. It is said that the main buildings were originally transported from mainland China. Chaozhou is one of the four overseas Chinese townships. Future generations are all over the world. Chaozhou Guild Hall is everywhere.
I don't think it's a scenic spot. It's just a place where Chinese people gather for a Chamber of Commerce to visit, but there aren't many people. The decoration inside is very beautiful. The Chinese color is very strong, and the familiar language can be heard, which makes it very friendly.
Chaozhou Guild Hall is a fellow-countrymen's Club hall established by Chaozhou people in Guangdong Province. The building of this club hall is the main point of view. Yanji is very beautiful. Various dragon-shaped sculptures tell about the feelings of the Chinese dragon. It's very nice to take pictures.
Compared with several other club halls, the pillars and eaves of Chaozhou Club hall are more exquisite. Sculptures with dragons as elements or stories as themes fill the whole club hall, and it is not difficult to see the ingenuity of Chinese people from the wood carvings on the walls.