Love evening pavilion, located in the Qingfeng Gorge under Yuelu Mountain in Hunan Province, sits West to east, surrounded by mountains on three sides. Founded in the fifty-seventh year of Qianlong reign of Qing Dynasty (1792), Luo Dian, Dean of Yuelu Academy, was formerly known as the Red Leaf Pavilion. Later, Bi Yuan, governor of Huguang, was based on Du Mu, a poet of the Tang Dynasty, who lived in the depths of Dolomite. Parking and sitting in Aifeng Forest late, frost leaves red in February flower ("mountain trip") poem, renamed Aiwanting Pavilion. It was also the place where Chairman Mao and Yang Kaihui had fallen in love before.