Trading bread for steamed bun in temple-like church in Taiwan

With a cross rising from a red pagoda roof, and two lion statues guarding the entrance, a unique catholic church in southern Taiwan could easily be mistaken for one of the ubiquitous temples which dot the island. The Holy Spirit Church began as a simple wooden structure when it was built by a German missionary more than six decades ago, but in 1986 was rebuilt to incorporate typical Chinese temple features.