The ancient rhyme of Qiaoxi, a village where people can hear their names, is located in Qiaoxi Village, Yanyang Town, Meizhou. It is a Hakka Mountain Village with a small bridge, a stream and an ancient dwelling. Only after entering the scenic spot, the entrance is full of green. Under the greenery that can wash the tired body, you can see the quiet and peaceful village. This fresh and pleasant scenery makes people irresistibly take steps and speed up the pace. Discover the charm of the village. Ancient residential architecture is a major feature of the ancient rhyme of Qiaoxi. Here, you can see many buildings with Hakka surrounding houses. They are mostly gray and white, simple and simple, yet elegant and elegant. Up to now, the village has retained more than ten Hakka traditional residential buildings built during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is precisely because of these chronological buildings that the bridge village appears to be full of charm, and the tourists in it can not help but be infected by the tranquility of the years. Among these buildings, the most worth mentioning is the Jishan Building, which is known as the Bridge Creek Village Business Card. This is a typical column-type Hakka enclosure. It was built by the Zhus overseas Chinese in the village. It was started in the 28th year of the Guangxu reign of Qing Dynasty. It was completed in 12 years. It is conceivable that the difficulty of its construction is How big and how grand the scale is after the completion of the construction.