Through the features, special property or the symbolic meanings of the objects, one can cite and extend them to other meanings. Among the Taiwanese traditional architectures, the most frequently seen decorative patterns with the extensive-meaning function and other symbolic meanings are: such as, the pomegranate, melon, lotus, and bee, which have the special property of numerous seeds and they can be extended to the meaning as “more children” (seed and children are all pronounced as “zi” in Chinese;) peaches, Lingjhi (glossy ganoderma), pines, turtles, Chinese bulbuls are extended as longevity; the crust of crabs as getting the top score for exams (both crust and top score can be pronounced as “jia”;) Chinese roses are cited and extended to the meaning of everlasting spring due to their blossoming all year round. The facing walls of the front palace at Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan