St. Michael’s Church
St. Michael’s Church was built in 1901. It is a two-storey gothic structure, very distinctive amid the surrounding flat-topped buildings and famous for a statue of the saint over the gate, as well as for its colorful stained glass. The rectory lies to the north of the church, and 10 single-storey brick buildings in the style of traditional Chinese folk houses, but with arched doors and windows, sit to the east. These buildings were built later, and used as the offices for Church. The church was built by a French priest and is still in use; Services are held twice a day in Chinese, at 6:30 am and 7 am, from Monday to Saturday, and four times on Sunday at 7 am, 8 am and 6 pm in Chinese, and 10:30 am in Korean.