Yang Hua, also named Liang-yuan or Feng-shan, was a native of Huhsia. Born in 1745, he threw himself into the military soon after he reached adulthood. He helped suppressed Lin Shuang-wen's rebellion in Taiwan, and then cracked down on pirates when he held the position of commander. He died at the age of 82. He was praised in the epitaph as a scholar general who subdued the enemy with no fight, took no credit for his service, and retired at the right time, which did do his justice. The general's residence located at No. 114, Huhsia is Yang Hua's former residence. The residence includes three parts of houses as well as a Hu-Long house added on the left side. The building materials are durable and exquisite. The front
house with a raised-ridged-roof (a roof divided into three parts, and the middle one is higher than the other two) is served as a hall. The roofs of the front and the third houses are equipped with three-channeled semi-cylindrical tiles, while that of the house in between is equipped with five-channeled semi-cylindrical tiles. The wall opposite the Ou-Shou entrance to the front house is decorated with delicate brick carvings. The interior of the residence is extremely exquisite and worth deep appreciation.