Guang Ze Zun Wang, also known as Sheng Wang Gong, is a deity in Chinese folk religion. His statue has a unique posture, with a crossed right leg and the left leg hanging down. A shepherd from Nan An, Fujian, during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period (907~960 A.D.), he was extremely intelligent and very filial to his parents. After he was deified at the age of sixteen (938 A.D.), many miracles happened and he became a very famous local patron saint of Nan An. Among his devotees, Guang Ze Zun Wang is also known as God of filial piety. As he has large round eyes which seem to be looking into the distance, it is also said that he has the most blessings for those who come from afar.
There are two feast days of Guang Ze Zun Wang every year: the 22nd of the 2nd lunar month and the 22nd of the 8th lunar month.