Now look eastwards. It has a huge scene stone. Some people say it looks like a tiger and some say it is akin to a lion. This stone is called ‘Emperor Helped by Tiger’ Stone. According to legend, Wang Mang claimed the seat as emperor in late West Han Dynasty. He was vicious beyond measure and brutal in governance. Revolt against him was arising with eruption of Luliu Uprising and Red Eyebrow Uprising being examples. Liu Xiu, descendent of Han Dynasty, was a student in the capital city. He tried to enlist talents from all around in an attempt to overthrow Wang’s ruling party. Wang Mang dispatched officers to overthrow him. Liu Xiu fled out of the capital. He tried to enlist soldiers and bought horses in the belt of Mountain Taihang. One day, he came over to Xilian and got both tired and staved. He fainted under a tree. A staved wolf came over from the cliff in the north and tried to leap at him. The Tiger bellowed and the wolf was scared to death. Liu Xiu was thus saved. It got another wolf on the cliff in the opposite. Legend goes that it is the wolf that was scared to death. The tiger was also changed into a rock. This tiger stone gives you bliss. You can get your gut enhanced by riding on its head. Some people say it will dispel troubles. Towering peaks can be seen when looking northwards from the bridge. Liu Xiu Town lies over the peak. When looked down from the imposing peak, the meandering Guanhou Ditch and Xilian Gorge are likened to two giant dragons that are intersecting in here. white stones and the bridge are likened to two dragon heads that are looking into each other. This scene is called ‘Two Dragon Mouth Bridge’.