The zone around Hutoushan, Wufu Village, Lujhu was one of areas that were first developed in Taoyuan County. The original name of Wufu Temple was Yuanshuai temple or Suantan Temple. It was said that the temple was built in 1672 and the name was settled as “Wufu temple” until its reconstruction in 1866. It was designed by the famous artisan-Liao Shicheng, and the colored drawing master Su Liancheng and vietnum ceramics master Su Yangshuei also participated part of it. The stone-carving decoration here had the most beautifully described performance, and the structure of the large logs and the decorations of woodcarvings, stone carvings and vietnum ceramics all possess with artistic standards and the value for preservation, which are so worth of admiring carefully. The dragon reciting and tiger roaring are so richly colorful and vivid; cut-n-paste and sculpture are so elegant and exquisite. Wang ChongYang considered the three sects of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism all originated from Dao, promoting all three of them should be assembled and combined; the calligraphy was very elegant and minute, rich in the scholars’ presence. Diaotong in various styles of the flora basket, lotus and lotus leaves with complex carvings symbolizes good luck and purity. The stone-carving windows on both sides of the gate were split into three rows of upper, central and lower and presenting 6 of the 24 filial stories. The stone-carving windows on both sides of the gate were split into three rows of upper, middle and lower and presenting 6 of the 24 filial stories. In Three Kingdoms Chronicles, Kong Ming used a deep-laid plot to make Cao’s troops retreat; with one leg on the ship and the arms chased right behind of the other leg shows how breathtaking this event was; the carving and drawing are marvelous and vivid. 《 Never getting tired of feeding breast milk to mother-in-law 》 Cuei Nanshan in Tang Dynasty; his great grandmother-Madam Jhan Sun was so aged so her teeth all fell out and she couldn’t chew any food. Therefore, Cuei Nanshan’s grandmother-Madam Tang woke up early every morning, and fed the aged Madam Jhan Sun with her own breast milk; day after day and never stopped. Later on, when Madam Jhan Sun got sick, she then said to all: “my daughter-in-law had been very filial to me and there is nothing I could do for her; therefore, all that I wish is all of you, the younger generations can serve her with all the respect as the way you did for me.” 《 Personally Tasting the medicine 》 The third son of Liou Bang, Liou Heng was very dutiful to his mother. One day, his mother got sick really bad and could not get out of bed; Liou Heng stayed at the side of his mother’s bed day and night and decocted herbal medicine for her all by himself. Every time after he was done with decocting the medicine, he would always first try out the medicine to see whether it was too bitter or too hot. He wouldn’t give it to his mother to partake until he made sure that it was okay. The story of Liou Heng being filial to his mother was popular among the government and the public. 《 Using deer’s milk to serve parents 》 Tan Zi in Jhou Dynasty was already very filial since he was young. Both of his parents got the eye disease when they turned old and wanted to drink the deer’s milk; therefore, he put on the deer skin and walked towards the flocks of the deer in the remote mountains, thinking he might be able to obtain the deer’s milk for his parents. However, the hunters caught him up first. When the hunters raised their bows and arrows and wanted to shoot him, he hurriedly shouted, “I want to give deer’ s milk for my parents and that’s why I put on the deer skin to get the milk in the flocks.” After the hunters found out that, they were all very impressed by his filial behavior to his parents. 《 Hiding oranges for parents 》 Lu Ji, the Wus during the Three Kingdoms, followed his father to meet wit Yuan Shu at the age of six. Yuan Shu received them with oranges and Lu Ji hid two oranges. While they were ready to depart, the oranges fell to the ground. Yuan Shu asked why he hid the oranges, and Lu Ji replied that was because his mother loved to eat oranges so he wanted to take them back for his mother to try. Yuan Shu was surprised that he always knew the moral of filialness at this young age. 《 Selling himself as a slave to bury his father 》 In Han Dynasty, Dong Yong, a dutiful son had no money to pay for his father’s funeral because of his poor finance so he sold himself as a slave to a landowner to get a loan for burying his father. After he was done with the funeral, Dong Yong was ready to work at the landowner’s house to pay off his debt. On the halfway, he met a beautiful girl who stood on his way all the time, Dong Yong had no alternative but taking her to the landowner’s house. The lady was very ingenious and she could weave cloth very fast and she helped to pay off the debt to the landowner in just a month. Then the lady said farewell to Dong Yong afterwards. It was said that the lady was one of the Seven Fairies who was touched by Dong Yong’s filialness so she descended to the world to help him. 《 Burying the son for his mother 》 In Dong Han period, Guo Ju worked as servant for living so his life was very tough. Guo Ju had a mother and a son who was less than three years old. His mother always saved her meal for her grandson even she was starving. Guo Ju and his wife was worried that his mother would die because of their son so they were thinking to bury their son alive for the sake to take care of his aged mother. While they were digging the hole, they found a jar full of gold, since then, the family would not need to worry about any food and clothing. In order to appreciate the heavenly grace, Guo Ju built a “Ci Ren Temple” (kindness and benevolence temple) at where they found the gold. The later generations build a “Guo Ju tower” to memorize them. 《 Wood carving parent’s portraits and serving them 》 Ding Nan, the Hans, parents died when he was young; therefore, he never had the chance to take care of his parents. However, he still thought of his parents’ hard working in raising him, he then carved the woods into his parents’ images; everyday, he would kneel and pay respect to the wooden images, serve food to worship them; all just like his parents were still alive. However, when times went by, his wife became impatient and wouldn’t pay respect to the wooden images. One day, she poked the wooden images’ finger with a needle and the wooden images shed blood. Later on, the wooden images shed tears when they saw Ding Nan. After Ding Nan found out the reason from his wife, he released his wife, thinking that she was not capable to pay respect his parents. 《 Personally Cleansing Mother’s Toilet 》 Huang Tingjian in Sung Dynasty had an official position as a Taishi but he was still very filial to his mother and none of his official positions would affect his filialness to his mother. Everyday, he served his mother with all his heart, mind and strength and he also personally cleansed his mother’s toilet by himself. Huang Tingjian never asked others to do it for him and he had tried to fulfill his duty as son at all time; this type of filial heart was utterly admirable. 《 Strangling the Tiger to Rescue His Father 》 In Jin Dynasty, Yang Siang often went to pick up chestnuts in the farms with his father. When he was fourteen, his father was dragged away by a tiger. At that time, Yang Siang was completely unarmed, and since all he wanted to do was to rescue his father, he used all his strength to grab the tiger’s neck regardless of his personal safety. The tiger was choked to death by Yang Siang’s strangling with hands so his father was able to survive. 《 Hard Laboring to Feed His Mother 》 Jiang Ge, a Hou Hans, his father died when he was young. At that time, the bandit caused a disturbance and Jiang Ge carried his mother on his back and fled from a calamity. The bandit saw that Jiang Ge was young and strong, and wanted him to be one of the bandits. Jiang Ge begged the, saying, “if I go with you, then none would take care of my mother;” so the bandits released him and his mother. Jiang Ge carried his mother on his back to a safe place. He went to be a hired laborer. With all the hard labor, even they were still very poor; he could still support all his mother’s daily necessity. No matter how tough the environment was, Jiang Ge could always do his best to serve his mother with comfortable living; he was definitely a dutiful son hard to come by. 《 Three Kingdoms Chronicles-Returning to Jingjhou 》 Jhou Yu tried to use scheme to deceive Liou Bei to enter Dong Wu, attempting to kill Liou Bei again and again; however, not only he didn’t make it in Ganlu Temple, but allowing Liou Bei to be married to a beautiful lady. When it was also the end of the year, the bodyguard-Jhao Yun could tell that Liou Bei seemed to have no intention of returning back so he used the secret master plan given by Kong Ming to persuade Liou Bei, then he would be able to protect him to be out of the city safely. Liou Bei was afraid that Liou Bei would run away so he had sent Siu Sheng and Ding Feng to guard at the transportation link. Later on, Pan Jhang and Chen Wu caught up with Liou Bei and his crews but at that time Liou Bei himself had left already; they only saw Jhao Zilong’s fierce eyes staring at them and waiting to slaughter at anytime. In the back, there was Jhou Yu who led the troops all by himself and chased toward this way; from the water to the land and fought with Guan Yujhang and all others. Jhou Yu was defeated, then he also heard those Shu’s troops shouting out loud together, saying “Jhou Yu schemed to control the world, but he compensated a woman and damaged his troops instead;” the rage stroke on his heart and he fell on the boat. Liou Bei and his crews went back to Jing Jhou safely.