Ancient Town, located in Chengdu, Sichuan Luodai Dongshan town is a Hakka town, built in the town of Three Kingdoms period, formerly known as Zhen sub-field, the legend is the result of Shu Han emperor Liu Shan jade into town next to the octagonal shaft of a derived "drop zone" in the name, after the evolution of "Luodai."
Tang and Song Dynasties, under the Chengdu government Lingquan County, ranked Dongshan "three market towns" in the first. Luodai town located in the Chengdu Plain and the junction of the Longquan Mountain, north of Chengdu Longquan District House seat 8km, west of Chengdu, 18km. It is the main development area east of Chengdu. Outer Ring Road around Luodai over, the new road into Los Chengdu city roads for the high-speed, Luodai and Chengdu as a whole.
400 years ago, a group of Hakka as "Hubei and Hunan to Sichuan," the emigration from coastal areas to move to the eastern outskirts of Chengdu Luodai town. After this, Luodai town gradually developed into the largest concentration of Hakka people in China's western town has been called "the first western Hakka town."