'Our eyes were caught immediately by the golden double roofs of Hsin-kung's most famous temple pavilion, that standing in the square courtyard, for they were the most richly and artistically decorated of all the roofs in Jehol. Eight scaly, gilded copper dragons, with raised heads, humped backs, and twisting tails, kept watch over the temple and its gods. . . ' (Jehol: city of emperors). The city of Jehol is now known as Chengde and in 1956, Jehol province became part of Hebei province.