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The residence of Li Guang-sian 

     This is the former residence of Li Guang-sian, a military officer of the highest rank, and his brothers Li Guang-hui (former commander of Taiwan's Anping garrison) and Li Guang-kuan. They had it built in the reign of the Cianlong emperor of the Cing dynasty (reigned 1735-96). As Li was the governor of the province his residence was also given the name Tiduya, meaning 'Office of the Governor'.

   Although Li Guang-sian was a high-ranking officer in the military, he was also a very honest and humble man, and so his official residence was not so different from that of the general populace. The high ceilings, swallow-tail style roofs and simple decoration all reflect the architectural style of the Cianlong period.

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