Private Chang Jung Girls’ Senior High School was the earliest girls’ school in Taiwan founded in 1887 in the name of Xinluo Girls’ School, with no food binding foot as the only admission requirement. As there were only 19 students, suggesting that women’s rights were highly neglected in that time. The school is composed of the main building and the lecture hall completed in 1923 and 1933 respectively. It has since been responsible for women’s education since then. At the beginning, clergymen were the principals. Although Japanese took over the school after the outbreak of WWII, the school’s church style has never been changed. The Chang Jung Building is still the spiritual symbol of Private Chang Jung Girls’ Senior High School.