The innovative building was completed and opened in 2010. At the entrance, a warm-color wooden sign and patterned lanterns can be seen, emitting a distinctive Hakka atmosphere; the Hakka connection is further emphasized by the oil-paper umbrellas and red lanterns inside the Hall. Various Hakka culture related daily-use items and farming implements are on display, and there are detailed introductions to Hakka history and culture, crafts, food and architecture. In terms of belief, the basic Hakka belief of “respect the gods and your ancestors”, which originated from ancient Chinese culture, is explained. The Hall gives tourists from all over an experience of the commendable Hakka traditions of hospitality, hard work and frugality and gives them a better understanding of Hakka culture.