The Furong Garden of the Tang Dynasty is located in Qujiang New Area, which was once a famous imperial garden in Chinese history. Qujiang is named for its tortuous waters. It began in the Qin and Han Dynasties and flourished in the Sui and Tang Dynasties. Since the beginning of Xuanzong in Tang Dynasty, there are three major festivals in March, Shangsi and Chongyang in September. Hundreds of officials and scholars travel together to Qujiang Pavilion. Qujiang Poetry Festival and Qujiang Banquet make Qujiang a public garden for literati, Mohists and civilians. Qujiang's various activities, with the participation of the people, are very lively. Sanchun Car and Horse Passenger is a prosperous place for a generation. The weather is new on March 3rd, Duoli by the Chang'an River. It's about the place and the scene. Tang Xuanzong was a playmaker. In order to enjoy himself, he also expanded Qujiang on a large scale, which made its grandeur unprecedented. In the Royal Forbidden Garden Furong Garden, Xuanzong built Ziyun Tower, Caixia Pavilion, Linshui Pavilion, Shui Dian, Shanlou, Penglai Mountain, Liangtang and other buildings, and built Jiacheng from Daming Palace through Xingqing Palace to Furong Garden, 7960 meters long and 50 meters wide. After the expansion of Tang Xuanzong, the palaces in Furong Garden are continuous, the pavilions fluctuate, and the garden buildings in Qujiang reach the highest level.