This is not really a Buddhist temple dedicated to the ancient Chinese sea god Mazu, built by a group of Chinese boat people from Vietnam in the 1980s to express their gratitude for the goddess who helped them to reach the United States. Recommend a visit if the docent Michael is there. Without a guide you would miss out on some details even if seeing the beautiful alcoves and exhibits was nice.
Located in Chinatown in Los Angeles, this area is not very large
The whole Chinese people generally feel a little lifeless. The buildings in San Francisco don’t look full of momentum, and most of the buildings feel dilapidated and dirty.
The square at the entrance of Tianhou Temple has become a famous gathering place for local Chinese
Every time I come here, I feel the charm of the Temple of Heavenly Queens, with a long history.