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Ding Lan, according to legend, was a native of Henan during the Eastern Han Dynasty. There was originally a Ding Lan tomb in Mei Li North Street Market, and there was a Ding Lan Hall temple in Tianzi Village to commemorate his filial piety. Both ruins were destroyed after liberation, and now there is a Ding Lan Pavilion built in the Tianzi Cultural Square.
There are poems on the day:
Carved wood for parents,
Describe the day with you.
To your sons and nephews,
Each must be filial and profane.
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