There are many ancient buildings on the mountain. Although Qi Gong's Temple is not as large as the Tuas Hall or Jiu Ritai Concert Hall, it is very heroic. This place is actually more like a mini garden. After entering the temple gate, the eyes are full of green, and there are many works hanging on the shadow wall promenade. There are many patriotic stone carvings in the park, the most striking is the drunken stone in the middle. Legend has it that Qi Jiguang celebrated his victory over the Japanese pirates and lay there drunk for a night. There are exhibitions in the Qi Gong Ancestral Hall to supplement historical knowledge. The small building in front of the Hall is quite the Republic of China style, and it feels like a combination of various ages.
The Qi Gong Temple in Fuzhou is located on the mountain of Yushan. It was specially set up by the people of Fujian to worship the famous Japanese general Qi Jiguang. The building is small, and it contains a statue of Qi Jiguang and some sacrificial supplies.
The Qi Gong Temple was built in 1918 to commemorate Qi Jiguang's military support in the 41st year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty (1562). The Qi Gong Temple was built on top of a stone hill, and there are Pingyuan Terrace, Penglai Pavilion, Zuishi Pavilion, Sanshan Pavilion, Sucuiting Pavilion, Bushan Jingshe, etc. nearby.
Anti-Japanese heroes, but not much introduction, not much content
On Yushan Mountain in Fuzhou, it is a scenic spot to commemorate Qi Jiguang. Qi Jiguang used to fight against Japanese pirates along the coast of Fujian Province, and his achievements will shine through the ages, so it is good to have such a place for future generations to understand and remember. The environment at the top of the mountain is quiet and the scenery is good. There are some exhibition introductions inside and outside the exhibition hall, you can take a good look. There is a drunken stone, which is an interesting allusion, please understand it.