Fanjiang Family co-established the ancestral hall in 1855, which has the cultural connotation of simplicity, emphasis on Feng Shuei and remembrance of the old, and is also the characteristic architecture of the Hakka. The courtyard, wings and hallways were all paved with green rocks and the materials for the wall were various, made of soil, rocks and bricks, which showed the natural colors of the structural materials; regarding the quality, patterns and lines had revealed the visual effect of simplicity. 卍 (pronounced as “wan”) is the lucky symbol in Indian Buddhism; since the old time, it has been interpreted as the symbol of “德(te)” and “萬(wan)”, meaning the ceaseless good luck and lasting generations. The hanging couplet on the wall block in No. 3 ancestral hall; using the family heritage of carrying on the heritage so as to pave the way for future generations and remembering where his happiness comes from to teach and encourage the children. Using the clay sculpture and formed the cloud lines and the flora basket with flowers of four seasons on it; implicating good luck. They look like the style with two round mirrors hooked up together; possessing the message of peace in all lands and symbolizing family reunion and good luck. “Tao” means Tao Jhugong-Fan Li; “Wei” means Jiang Taigong who was angling for fish; Fanjiang used “Tao Wei” as their hall name that was quite unique in Taiwan. On both sides of the front room at the ancestral hall, they were written down with loyalty, filialness, honesty and self-decipline; white background with black characters make them quite solemn and respectful; it is to teach the children and shows the family heritage. Wang Siang lying nakedly on ice requesting carps and his filialness moved the heaven so he got the carps; using one of the 24 filial stories expounds the value of the filialness. 《 Lying on ice requesting carps 》 In Jin Dynasty, there was a man named Wang Sian. He was a decent man with a decent heart. His mother died when he was very young and his stepmother was not kind to him at all. One winter, his stepmother got sick and she craved for eating carps so Wang Sian lay on frozen river nakedly to pray for it. Then all of sudden, the icy surface cracked and two vivacious carps jumped right out of water. Wang Sian then took the carps home and gave them to his stepmother. It was then a story on everyone’s lips.