The Sheng'an Palace on the dock hill on the west bank of Keelung was built in 1947. It is the first Mazu spiritual place in Dajia Zhenlan Palace. Mazu believes in and comforts countless Dajia people who work in Keelung Pier. The division of Mazu's spirit was facilitated by Shuangzong, the promoter of the palace. At present, the chairman of Sheng'an Palace is Shuang Jinchun, the son of Shuangzong, who is responsible for handling temple affairs.
St. Ann's Palace During the Japanese occupation period, when Shuangzong was working as a railway employee in Dajia, many of his fellow villagers photo background removing who grew rice in Dajia had no jobs after the rice was harvested. It happened that Keelung established a dock handling company at that time. Shuangzong, who had local prestige, called on his fellow villagers to work together at the Keelung Wharf. , to move the dock and ship cargo for the business. "When my father was in his 40s, he summoned 700-800 people from Dajia to work in Keelung. At that time, he was the squad leader at the Keelung Wharf. It was just as Taiwanese rice was exported to Japan that many rice-carrying workers were needed." Shuang Jinchun explained that Dajia's fellow villagers Reasons to work in Keelung. Many Dajia people live in Keelung and need faith as their spiritual support.
Shuangzong is familiar with the mayor of Dajia and the chairman of Zhenlan Palace. After many discussions, the chairman agreed to send Mazu to Keelung and take care of the far-reaching Dajia fellow working in Keelung. In the 47th year of the Republic of China, Dajia Mazu was successfully separated to the west bank of Keelung. At first, Mazu was enshrined in Xiandong for worship. Later, he rented a house with a local elder before moving Mazu into the house. "After discussing with the director of the Keelung Forestry Bureau, my father found a piece of land to build a temple on the mountain. After get off work every day, my father would shovel soil with the workers for the construction. The Mazu Temple was once blown down by a typhoon and was renovated. With hard work,