Friday, May 12, 2006

Chuan Tai Shou Hsueh, Tainan, Taiwan

Confucian Temple, Taiwan.

The son of Koxinga, Chen Yung-Hua built the temple in 1665 and named it Hsien-Shih Sheng-Miao (Holy Temple of the great teacher) with a Kuo-Hsueh (National School) on the premises.

The spirit table of Confucian is in the central altar with twelve of his disciples at separate tables. The most famous wooden tablet hung along the roof is "Wan Shih Biao (greatest Teacher for all ages) written by Kang-His Emperor.


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