Na Tcha Temple Worked in 1888, this sanctuary is devoted to the love of Na Tcha. This little conventional Chinese sanctuary stands near the remaining parts of the vital Jesuit endeavor of the area, introducing an argument of western and Chinese standards, as one of the best case of Macau's multicultural character and religious opportunity. It is devoted to the divinity Na Tcha, a fanciful figure of China who resembles a child yet with enchantment power. In Chinese Buddhist books, Na Tcha is hailed as a defender of Dharma and has been venerated in people following the late seventeenth century. Legend has it that the development of Na Tcha Temple meant to dissipate a maladie. The presence of Na Tcha Temple close to the Ruins of St. Paul's Church is viewed as the image of amicable combination of Chinese human progress and western society. In 2005, it was joined into Historic Center of Macau. Near it is the Section of Old City Walls.