In the rear palace, Mazu is sacrificed. Quanzhou is situated on the Bank of the Jin River in the south of the city, where the Tibetan ships gather for passenger navigation. Mazu Chaohai people believe in the gods, so the Palace is the earliest and largest Mazu temple in the southeast coast of China. It is known as the temple of Empress Tian of Wenling. Many Mazu temples in Taiwan and Southeast Asia are separated from it. There is an exhibition hall in Tianhou Palace, Mazuyuan, which shows the exchange of Mazuyuan between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait.