This 700-year-old ancestral hall is a three-hall structure with two courtyards in between.
The hall serves as a meeting place for the Tang clan and a place for honouring their forefathers.
A pair of Chinese Couplets is hanging on both sides of the main entrance.
The ten Chinese characters on the couplets describe the origins and
the long history of the Tang clan; and
their notable family members that contributed to
the establishment of Eastern Han Dynasties (AD 25-220) in the ancient China.