I confess that my knowledge of the Three Kingdoms period in Chinese History is limited, but I can enjoy the sites of the temple.
Entrance to the temple
Just inside, beautiful walkways
As I stroll through the buildings in the complex, I come across enclosed statues and rows of administrators and warriors for Lui Bei.
"Jian Wong, also named Xianhe, came from Zhuo Shire (now Zhuoxian county of Hebei Province). He was an early follower of Lui Bei who often represented his lord on diplomatic missions. When Lui Bei attacked Chengdu, he convinced Liu Zhang to surrender. He was characterized as being humorous and casual."
"Fei Wi, also named Wenwei, came from Jiangxiameng (now Loushan of Henan Province). He was a Shu envoy to Eastern Wu, where he was praised by Wu Lord Sun Quan for his eloquence. Following Jing Wan's death, he succeeded as the Shu prime minister in charge of both administrative and military affairs. He was assassinated by a surrendered soldier of the Wei Kingdom. He was posthumously honored as Marquis of Jing."
Temple buildings and walkways
Paths and gardens
On one side of the temple is garden after interconnected garden of bonzai trees and plants.