Kai Long temple was first built in the 3rd year of Dao Guang (1823). The main goddess enshrined is the Qi Xing Niangniang， followed by Qian Niu and Zhi Nv. The festive date is on the 7th day in the 7th month of the Lunar Calendar. The believers consider Qi Xing Niangniang as the Guardian Goddess of young children. Families with 16-year old children will prepare offerings and Qi Niang Ma cardboard pavilion to offer to Qi Xing Niangniang. After the festive date， the offerings and cardboard pavilion will be burnt in front of the house to symbolize the adulthood of their children. They will then visit Kai Long temple to pay respect to the goddess. Upon reaching 16 years of age， the male child is considered an adult and a ceremony is required. The male child turning adult is required to pay respect to "chuang mu" (bed mother)， in which the ritual is called Chu Jie Mu Gong or the "zuo 16 sui" (making age 16) and is a unique custom in Tainan.