It's a temple, but it's a Japanese temple. It's built in a cemetery. The American cemetery is absolutely not dark and terrible. It's full of grass and beautiful. Many tombstones are buried underground with only a little flowers on them. It's beautiful from a distance. Perhaps death is also a form of life. The disappearance of life is also a kind of beauty. This temple, I can not say what features, but feel very solemn, tourists quietly, there is not much sound, a little dare not speak loudly to frighten the heavens and humans, a swan, wandering in the water, appears so leisurely, a few birds, constantly shuttling in the sky, the whole temple, gives people the feeling of emptiness, silence, very comfortable feeling, it seems, there is time, I can go to the temple for a few days to practice and meditate.
Regardless of its structure or style, the temples here have inherited the local characteristics, and at first glance they thought they had arrived at the Equal Court in Kyoto. It is said that the whole building was made of wood instead of a nail. Of course, the greatest purpose of coming here is to look up to General Zhang Xueliang. Facing the entrance to the Equality Court, there is an uphill bend across the lawn, just to the end. If you can't find it, just ask the staff - "where is General Zhang.... Basically, they understand and give the right direction immediately.
Very interesting scenic spot, although not very big, but very Japanese characteristics.