Dasian Temple, over 300 years old, commands an area of 60 hectares or so. Mr. Hong was asked to design the reconstruction plan in 1994. A model was required for this gigantic project. Mr. Hong referred to the original architect and redesigned and produced this model, at a ratio of 15/1. This model was constructed with beech wood, with all the components hand-made. Thousand of parts were pieced together with joints, instead of needles. Mellow-shaped pillars, lion bases, pillar stabilizers, wooden trays, hanging tubes, upright stands, wood brackets, connecting columns and post-and-lintel construction were all created with ancient techniques and an innovative touch. Everything was dealt with in great details. The completed Dasian Temple is as grandeur and sophisticated as an ancient palace. This model is currently displayed in the conference room of Dasian Temple.