Back to My Hometown – Part 8
@Thailand Buddhism Temple and Huiru Park

Chaozhou is the howntown of many oversea Chinese. The Teochew diaspora can be found almost anywhere in the world, especially Southeast Asia, North America, Australasia and France. The diaspora, at least estimated, contains over 10 million people, which is as much as the population of Chaoshan itself. And the places where we went today are related to a Teochew diaspora lived in Thailand.

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Xie Huiru left howntown to Thailand when he was just a teenage. He succeeded to be a millionaire there and came back to make a significant contribution. Mr Xie donated lots of money to build many foundation constructions. Such as the Han River Bridge, the Chaozhou Huiru Library, Chaozhou Daily Building, many studios of Chaozhou Opera and so on. And Thailand Buddhism Temple and Huiru Park are also built with his help.

Long stairs to climb again 😯


OK, we made it, two large lion were waiting for us. 😈
Because here is region revered, we didn’t take any photos inside of it.
Then we make our way to the Huiru Park.
This park was called as Eastern Mountain Park before Mr Xie Huiru donated to rebuild it. And there is a statue of him stands at the entrance of the park.
And our aim is very clear, to the top! to the sky wheel ! 😎
After a long hiking on the hill, we arrived the sky wheel finally.
It looks so nice from this direction~
We were on it! we were rising! :mrgreen:
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It was so exciting when we were rising with the sky wheel. Though we were just on it for a short time, it would be remembered forever.
Then after getting down from the sky wheel, we started to walk down from the hill.
this photo was taken from the hill. Can you read the poster words 😎

Wish everybody to be as happy as this Maitreya Buddha everyday~

OK this was the end of our tour in Chaozhou. Though you may not satisfied caused we had just visited a few scenic spots. But holiday is always so short. If you want to know more about Chazhou, Welcome to here at anytime. 😉

Apr 28th, 2009 | Posted in Tour
  1. Anonymous
    Apr 28th, 2009 at 22:27 | #1

    The sky wheel is so fascinating and looks so cool with the blue sky…
    It’s pitty that there is no Durian on it as the lyric says..

  2. pink
    Apr 29th, 2009 at 17:15 | #2

    Are those photos taken by yourself?It’s very attrcative.
    p.s everytime I see your blog, I tell myself to work harder to learn English. But i cann’t insist. So maybe it ‘s a good decision to see your blog everyday.

  3. Apr 30th, 2009 at 08:08 | #3

    😳 I am not so good at this actually, neither at taking phone nor at writing in English. Thanks for appreciation anyway. 😉

  4. May 1st, 2009 at 19:38 | #4


  5. May 1st, 2009 at 21:44 | #5

    @recipes – Thanks,your web site is so delicious 😛

  6. boon
    Mar 7th, 2010 at 02:47 | #6

    Please suggest me the place for planning the trip to Haimenzhen in Shantou Guangdong.

  7. Mar 8th, 2010 at 21:56 | #7

    Shantou is very close to Chaozhou, you can make a trip that include these two places. And you can also have time to visit your hometown, 海门镇.

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