Look up at the eye, the carved head of the tower in the Wanghai Building, adhering to the highest level of Chinese architecture, the aesthetic spirit: square seat, tower shape, large roof, flying horns, carved beams, straight into the sea. What is different is that, besides being sorghum, it is particularly strong and strong. Its width is almost four times that of other places. It seems to be the majestic majestic of Zhengyangmen in Beijing, the ancient sacred tower of Xi'an Big Wild Goose Pagoda, and the Jiayuguan of Gansu. Not anger and self-improvement, the outer rise of the Potala Palace in Tibet is deep and harmonious. What makes me even more admirable is that when I walked into the hall of the magnificent temple, the oncoming is not a tall statue and a statue of Buddha, but a museum of marine culture based on the people's livelihood of Dongtou.