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Chung Sheng Shrine
The shrine behind Ta Cheng Palace in the Tainan Confucius Temple, the first school in Taiwan, stands the Chung Sheng Shrine, known as the Qisheng Shrine in old days. Qisheng was the title granted to Shulianghe, Confucius’ father. In a Chinese temple, father of one would be offered behind the main building as honor. In the Tainan Confucius, this must be one of the early buildings after Confucius’ father. In the year of 1 of Yongzheng (1723), the Qing administration granted titles to 5 generations of Confucius’, and changed the Qisheng Shrine as Chung Sheng Shrine. The building had undergone repairs and latest one was between 1985 and 1986.

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