The Charity Hall is the first charitable organization in Macau. It was founded in 1569 by the first bishop of Macau, Jani Road. It is responsible for charitable relief work, so it is called the Charity Hall. After its establishment, Rencitang opened Baimahang Hospital, the first Western-style hospital in China, and set up nurseries, leprosy homes, old people's homes, orphanages and other institutions. Now the second floor of the Goodwill Hall is a museum, which collects many religious offerings donated by private individuals. But it is unexpected that Ren Chi Tang has a close relationship with Macao's leading industry gambling industry. It turned out that Macao was the earliest place in China to officially sell Chinese and Western lottery tickets, and the first batch of lottery tickets for charity purposes were issued by Ren Chi Tang.