Figure 1：Dongsi Mosque, Beijing
Located on the Dongsi South Street, Dongsi Mosque was completed in the 12th year of Zhengtong in the Ming Dynasty (1447) .
Figure 2：Dongsi Mosque, “Official Temple”
In the first year of Jingtai (1450), Daizong emperor Zhu Qiyu inscribed “mosque” plaque, so it is called “Official Temple”.
Figure 3：The Bunker Building Of Dongsi Mosque
Dongsi Temple sits west headed East, there are mainly the main hall for worshipping, North and South auditorium, water house and library.
Figure 4：The Worship Hall of Dongsi Mosque
The main hall is resplendent and magnificent, has carved beams and painted rafters, can accommodate more than 500 people for worshipping at the same time. Kiln Hall behind the main hall is dome structure without beam, looking up, profound and faraway, mysterious and abstruse , is the typical architecture of the Ming Dynasty .