In the Chinese Assembly Hall in the ancient city of Hoi An, entrance tickets are required. There is nothing special, that is, traditional Chinese buildings have moved to Vietnam. The Chinese on the plaque is very different from the writing used in Vietnam today. This hall was built by a group of heroes Qiongqiao, and you can learn their stories. It’s a very quiet town in the morning. There are so many guild halls here, mainly because Chinese people like to get together. Moreover, they would set up a guild hall in their hometown based on their clan or geographic location. They all have their own characteristics, you can go in and have a look, but you need to buy tickets.
There are 108 ancestors of Qiongqiao in the guild hall. According to ancient records, 108 Qiongqiao Chinese in the Qing Dynasty were killed by Vietnamese officers and soldiers and seized money when they passed through Hue by boat. According to legend, these 108 ancestors often blessed those who went to sea. .