Luowu Folklore Hall is situated behind a small bamboo forest, with white walls and black tiles. It is quiet and simple as if it were far away from the noise. But what the house shows is a real diet for the common people. The portrait of the door god on the mahogany gate is not very delicate, just a portrait of earthly life.
Luowu Folklore Museum in Kaicheng Street, Wanchai, does not need admission tickets for free visit. There is a saying that this is the origin of Chai Wan people's life. The whole complex is surrounded by bamboo forests, which seems very simple and has now been listed as a statutory monument in Hong Kong.
Luowu, built in the Qing Dynasty, is a typical Hakka village house. At present, it is the only building left in Chaiwan before the Qing Dynasty. The original owner of the house is Luo, so it is named Luowu. In Hong Kong, I also visited other Hakka villages, such as Shangyao Folklore Hall and three houses. The architectural pattern of the houses was the same as that of Luowu. I felt that there was only one drawing of the house structure at that time. Every family looked exactly the same.
The monuments are in sight. I like them. I really want to go back to my life 200 years ago.
Luowu Folklore Museum is a monument. It is said that it is the branch of the Museum of Hong Kong History.
One of the branches of the Hong Kong Museum of History, which has a history of several hundred years, echoes the local scenery and is very punctual.
It's an old house. It doesn't feel anything special.
Look at the house. It's just an old rural house. It's no different from the rural houses in the interior of our country.