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|Issue Date: ||2015-09-23 15:11:59 (UTC+8)|
This study focused on Jenshou Palace in Dayuan and to assess the correlation of the temples and the local society in Dayuan district. The immigration period in Dachiouyuan region started in Yongzheng period, Qing Dynasty. The Han immigrants mainly immigrated to Zhipali Village and Jianzili Village. Among them, Kuo Guang Tian Family was the biggest family of all, whose members mainly came from Zhangzhou prefecture, Fujian Province. They overcame the threat from the aboriginal people of Zhipali Village, reclaimed the land, and finally built up several tribes like Dachiouyuan, Zhipali, Houguan and Hutsugang.
This field of research of this study region development, hoping to get to know the correlation between Jenshou Palace and the local society development in Dayuan by researching the studies about natural environment, composition of population, land reclamation, tribe development, folk religion, regional elite association from Middle Qing Dynasty to postwar period.
Jenshou Palace in Dayuan district, Taoyuan City worships Gan Tian Da Di – Hu Xun, which is one of the two temples in Taiwan worshipping Hu Xun and is also the local religion of people from Zhangzhou prefecture. It was built in Guandxu period, Qing Dynasty and was rebulit due to the road widening in 2013. This study asseses the changing of the sacrifice circle of Jenshou Palace by researching the range of the god-worshipping events after the rebulding in 2013. The sacrifice circle of Jenshou Palace is wide. It includes eight villages in Dayuan district, which are Dayuan Village, Tianshin Village, Hengfeng Village, Pusin Village, Zuntou Village,. Dahai Village, Houtsu Village and Neihai Village. Thanks to the medicine supplyment and the rain praying of Gan Tian Da Di and the promtion of local people. Jenshou Palace changed from a private worshipping to a local public temple of Dayuan region. With the miracle of gods and the hark work of people, the sacrifice circle of Jenshou Palace extened gradually and became the temple of the Dayuan district.
Besides, the close relation of Jenshou Palace and the life of the residents are shown by researching the origin of god beliefs and the worshipping events of Jenshou Palace. Among all those events, the birth of Gan Tian Da Di, mid-origin passage of universal salvation, god-worshipping events are the biggest ones. Jenshou Palace not only functions as a religional center but also strengthens the connection of residents, which posses a deep cultural benefit.
Keywords：Kuo Guang Tian、Jenshou Palace、sacrifice circle、Dachiouyuan
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