Located in Xiaodongying Street of Guangzhou, Guangzhou Xiaodongying Mosque is one of the four mosques in Guangzhou. It was first constructed in the Chenghua Period of Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and was renovated two times at Qing Dynasty. Xiaodongying Mosque covers an area of about 600 square meters with a main hall of 153 square meters constructed in Chinese palace-style.
Xiaodongying Mosque has an excellent cultural tradition as it has made lots of contribution and provided great convenience for the development of Islam. It has served as a place for church education since its construction. Xiaodongying Mosque has set up Guangzhou Muslim YMCA and other organizations. It also provides the service for funeral ceremony for Muslims.
Now the mosque contains 100 households of Muslims and has a total population of 300 people who all are Hui people.