Heading for the hills

By Yang Cheng | China Daily | Updated: 2019-08-27 07:37
The 16-meter-high main statue in the Goddess of Mercy Pavilion in Dule Temple in the Panshan Scenic Area, Tianjin. [Photo by GAO HONGLEI/FOR CHINA DAILY]

The Qing government renovated the temple, hoping Lu Ban could bless the construction of the East Qing Mausoleum.

Other historical sites, including a Confucian temple built in 1156 and a pagoda built in 1553, are within half a kilometer of Lu Ban's temple.

A primary and middle school constructed in traditional style nearby are recognized as having the best students and teachers in Tianjin's suburban Jizhou district, where most people are farmers.

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