Yangbao Mountain is 10 miles north of the county seat. It is called "The Victory of Eastern Guizhou" in literature. As early as the Ming and Qing dynasties, it was known as the three famous Buddhist mountains in the southwest and the land of incense along with Emei Mountain in Sichuan and Jizu Mountain in Yunnan. During the Jiajing period of Ming Dynasty, a Lotus Temple was built on the top of the main peak of Lianhua. When the incense of the Lotus Temple was flourishing, there were more than 200 monks. There are magnificent buildings such as Feifeng Temple in Houshan, and there are more than 200 monks' tombs and pagoda forests, which are rare in the south of the Yangtze River in China and can be regarded as a must in the southwest. The tomb of the tower is more than 4 meters. Qiu Heshi, Qiu Hejia and other famous Confucian scholars of all dynasties once read here in the candle night, leaving behind many precious calligraphy. After research, in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the Lotus Temple was Guizhou Seng Gangsi (Seng Gangsi was established during the Ming Hongwu years).