Tiny Sìpíng (寺平), 30km west of Jīnhuá, was founded 700 years ago, and remains a remarkable repository of brick and wood carvings. Its seven original halls, built by generations of the Dai (戴) family, are arranged in the shape of the Big Dipper – to communicate harmony between the human and natural world. The village is blissfully uncommercial – though thanks to a new homestay program, it's well set up for visitors.
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