The Erwang Temple ( Two King’s Temple) is built to commemorate the digger of Dujiangyan and the guardian of Qinshu Prefecture, Li Bing and his child Erlang. The Erwang Temple is situated in the Yulei Mountain on the eastern bank of the Min River, Dujiangyan. It was initially established in the Southern and Northern Dynasties and the current structures were rebuilt in the Qing Dynasty. Its original name was "Chong De Temple". After the Song Dynasty, Li Bing and his child won the title of kings and the name Erwang Temple has been used ever since the Qing Dynasty.
Hanging Friends Forever tokens at ER Wang Temple, also known as the Two Kings temple. This is a tradition that dates back many many years and visitors are welcome to take part in. #merrychristmas
The Erwang Temple is one of the core scenic spots of Dujiangyan at the foot of Yulei Mountain. It was originally built in the Southern and Northern Dynasties, but was later destroyed. The existing buildings were built in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China.
Originally to commemorate Dujiangyan's excavator Li Bing and his son Erlang, there are also angels such as Wenquxing. After all, Qingchengshan-Dujiangyan scenic spot is dominated by Taoism.
I heard a tour guide telling a Japanese person that Wenquxing is "Mr. Yu" (good teacher). It feels a bit funny, but to some extent it is not wrong.