GUANGHUA AND YUNHAN PONDS
On the right and left sides of the park are the Yunhan and Guanghua Ponds. The Yunhan Pond derives its name from the 4 Chinese characters: 「hanying yungen」 written by Chu Yi-hai, the Jianguo Luwang of the Ming Dynasty. The words 「Guanghua」,signify the Restoration of China. Each pond is 3000 square meters in size. Both ponds are man-made in irregular shape. The combination with artificial mountains, man-made waterfalls, and arch bridges, creates a beautiful scene. The ponds contain a variety of carp. These were donated by General Ho Ying-ching and other carp lovers, from both home and abroad, when the Hall was first opened.