Transferring one’s inside feelings onto the external objects; as if all things on earth have the same feelings as he does, which allows all things in the natural world possess feelings and life as the “human beings” do, and this is the so-called “transference.” Amongst the Taiwanese Traditional architectures, we can see many decorative patterns with “transference functions,” symbolizing different meanings; such as, the crane represents a person with a superior proclivity and appearance; the lotus symbolizes nobility and virtues; the pine tree symbolizes a person with unswerving determination; the plum, orchid, bamboo and chrysanthemum have the names as four gentlemen, representing one’s morality is high and upright in character. The colored drawing on the door plank of the wing-room at Jhaocun Hall at Lyu’s Residence.