In the old traditional society, being an officer was the most honorable thing to do for most who studied; therefore, while one achieved success and won recognition, he would return to his hometown in glory so as to bring honor to his ancestors among the villages. Thus, those wealthy people’s residences would be large in scale with being particular about the resplendent manner of the house. Relying on the persistence of the building itself and through the decoration, a person could manifest his personal accomplishment and glorify his family status. Religious beliefs have been really diverse among Taiwanese traditional societies and the scale and decoration of the temple had been also become the deities’ statuses and the symbol of the local wealth. The main beam at the front palace of Jingfu Temple, Taoyua Abundant and glorious decoration with complex and exquisite carving present the manner of the grand temple. Li Teng-Fang Historical Residence With magnificent plane of layout and brief and generous decoration were the images of the gentries’ grand residences. Li Teng-Fang Historical Residence The official residence of those who passed the town-grade exam would be allowed to set up a pole seat, symbolizing the honor of the literati and officialdoms. Wunkui altart in the main room of Jhaocun Hall at Lyu’s Residence Those who passed the town-grade exam would be called as “Wunkui” for all they were after number 11. Hanging “Wunkui” altart on the lintel as a medal of honor commended the social status of the residence’ owner.