Pumice Village in Doosan Town, Taishan City, Guangdong Province is also known as the Royal Village. According to Guangxu's "Pumice Zhao's Genealogy", the ancient temple of Fushi was founded by Zhao Zongyuan, a descendant of the royal family of the Zhao Dynasty, in the 13th year of Ming Hongwu (1380). At present, the genealogy volume of Pumice Village is still printed with historical materials such as the Emperor of the Song Dynasty, the general map of Yashan, and the picture of the Ciyuan Hall. Pumice people have always been proud of being the royal family of the Song Dynasty. There are more than 600 years of history in Pumice Village. The cultural heritage and infiltration of more than 600 years have made tens of thousands of villagers in Pumice Village love culture and art. In 1999, this village was named by the Ministry of Culture as the hometown of Chinese folk art the home of the colors. Pumice Village also established China's first farmer volleyball team, published the first English grammar book in China, and published the first dictionary in China to record the dialects of the village. It was created by the first rural primary school donated by China. The four firsts in the history of Chinese cultural education.