Tian Wang Palace in Shangli
G319, Shangli, Pingxiang, Jiangxi, China, 337000
Latitude : 27.882419 | Longitude : 113.793945
Main Entrance to the Tian Wang Palace
The red banner above the entry roughly reads "Warm and dry welcome under the Master Tzu complex".
Rèliè huānyíng shàng gān xià cí fǎshī fù jiǎng wúliàng shòu jīng
The above two photos are taken of the ceiling in the entrance of the Temple ceiling. The red object with the buttons on it is the entrance door. It stands about 12' tall.
Look at the detail used in the construction of their buildings. Designed in the fashion of the Yingzao Fashi standardized around 1100A.D. by Li Jie (李誡; 1065–1110).
The above seven photos are larger than life statues inside the entrance of the monastery in Shangli. All of these are, as I said in the entrance hall before the sanctuary. The artwork, decorations and artifacts get more elaborate as you enter the actual sanctuary.
You just have to go and see for yourself.