Yu Shan is not well known among tourists, and my local friends are all native Fuzhou people, who don't know much about mountains. I personally feel that the value of Yushan's tourism is far more than the highly commercialized three lanes and seven alleys. Just arrived at Yushan, as if it was a place for the local elderly to lounge, but the beauty of Yushan should be found in detail. Every few steps, you may see a small landscape, maybe a strange stone, maybe an ancient pavilion with a long history of vicissitudes, but these landscapes are integrated with the surrounding environment, and the humanities and nature are perfect and soft. Yushan is not big, but there are at least 10 different sizes of landscape worth seeing. The command headquarters of the Anti-Qing Revolutionary Army is a typical southern courtyard, with its own characteristics, such as the lobby, patio, corridor, main hall and back garden. Qi Temple (Qi Jiguang) was built in accordance with the mountains, with a distinct sense of hierarchy. The greatest highlight of Yushan is the White Pagoda, where the Buddhist hall is rebuilt, brilliant, elegant buildings without losing the atmosphere, fireworks are also very vigorous. Yushan is worth visiting for a day. It is a perfect combination of Chinese Classical Humanities and nature. It is also a natural Southern Architecture Museum.