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Trung Hoa Assembly Hall beside Phuoc Kien Pagoda. It was once called Duong Thuong Assembly Hall built in the 15th century and one of the oldest assembly halls in Hoi An. It was the home of Chinese immigrants and dedicated to Thien Hau the Holy Mother. It was given several names: Trung Hoa Assembly Hall, Chinese Public School, Le Nghia School and finally Trung Hoa Assembly Hall. Besides its devotion to Thien Hau Holy Mother, it is also dedicated to Confucius, Sen Yat Sen.
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Trung Hoa Assembly Hall beside Phuoc Kien Pagoda.  It was once called Duong Thuong Assembly Hall built in the 15th century and one of the oldest assembly halls in Hoi An. It was the home of Chinese immigrants and dedicated to Thien Hau the Holy Mother. It was given several names: Trung Hoa Assembly Hall, Chinese Public School, Le Nghia School and finally Trung Hoa Assembly Hall.  Besides its devotion to Thien Hau Holy Mother, it is also dedicated to Confucius, Sen Yat Sen.