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Ho Sheng Heung is listed on the heritage list in Hong Kong. Technically, it is not a tourist spot. However, you can discover more on Antiquities & Monuments Office and find this place. This place has three temples and an ancestral hall. Decorations making this place worth to visit for expatriate. I do not recommend as a tourist spot because of the traveling time. The place is easy to access but locate the minibus stop is challenging for those never been to Hong Kong. However, you can ask for help at Customer Service Centre in MTR Station after your MTR ride.

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Ho Sheng Heung is listed on the heritage list in Hong Kong. Technically, it is not a tourist spot. However, you can discover more on Antiquities & Monuments Office and find this place. This place has three temples and an ancestral hall. Decorations making this place worth to visit for expatriate. I do not recommend as a tourist spot because of the traveling time. The place is easy to access but locate the minibus stop is challenging for those never been to Hong Kong. However, you can ask for help at Customer Service Centre in MTR Station after your MTR ride. #travelpictures #travelpicsdaily #travelgramdaily #travelwander #travelwanderlust #tavelwanderexplore #travelexploring #traveltravelwithfriends #travelfriends #travel_captures #aroundtheglobe #discovermaximalisthongkong #culturalexpedition #experienceculture #exchangestudents #exchangeculture #culturegram #culturetravel #travelcurious #travelguide #forbestravel #forbestravelguide #bbctravel #travelandbeyond #dametraveller #travelawesome #welivetoexplore #worldtravelpics #worlderlust #loves_cultures

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San Po Kong is quite a special place for people who are interested in the hostory of Hong Kong. I born in the district close by this area so I am quite familiar with this place. Red A lays a signifiant role in plastic industry of Hong Kong. Their factory building is located at 25 Tai Yau Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. When Hong Kong was in developing stage, many industries was flourishing. After China open trade, the industries began to decline in Hong Kong as business people in Hong Kong found cheaper options to operate their business. There are few examples of flurished industries in Hong Kong. eg. textile, plastic and toy.

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San Po Kong is quite a special place for people who are interested in the hostory of Hong Kong. I born in the district close by this area so I am quite familiar with this place. Red A lays a signifiant role in plastic industry of Hong Kong. Their factory building is located at 25 Tai Yau Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. When Hong Kong was in developing stage, many industries was flourishing. After China open trade, the industries began to decline in Hong Kong as business people in Hong Kong found cheaper options to operate their business. There are few examples of flurished industries in Hong Kong. eg. textile, plastic and toy. #travelpictures #travelpicsdaily #travelgramdaily #travelwander #travelwanderlust #tavelwanderexplore #travelexploring #traveltravelwithfriends #travelfriends #travel_captures #aroundtheglobe #discovermaximalisthongkong #culturalexpedition #experienceculture #exchangestudents #exchangeculture #culturegram #culturetravel #travelcurious #travelguide #forbestravel #forbestravelguide #bbctravel #travelandbeyond #dametraveller #travelawesome #welivetoexplore #worldtravelpics #worlderlust #loves_cultures

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It's okay not to be okay as long as you are not giving up. 
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It's okay not to be okay as long as you are not giving up. #nevergiveup

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I went to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and stunned by its architectural structures. It is now used as a cruise terminal formerly the runway of Kai Tak Airport. They now converted it into a long hallway and a park mainly for local residents form family time accompanying with an aeroplane displayed on a small grassland. A couple of displays for the history of the airport also displayed in the long hallway and the end of the park nearyby the coastline.

I went to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and stunned by its architectural structures. It is now used as a cruise terminal formerly the runway of Kai Tak Airport. They now converted it into a long hallway and a park mainly for local residents form family time accompanying with an aeroplane displayed on a small grassland. A couple of displays for the history of the airport also displayed in the long hallway and the end of the park nearyby the coastline.

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Lion Dancing is usually seen in festivals and birthday celebration of deities in China. They inherit this ritual since the ancient time. Lion is an animal believed to be warding off evil spirits. In ancient days, lions must be accompanied with Big Head Buddha (Dai Tau Fak). However, his very best friend seems like retiring from the lion dancing profession. The lions in lion dancing should be in bright colours in celebration and festivals because they are events to celebrate and happy for people who are alive. For funerals, Chinese also use lion dancing occasionally. Lion dancing used in funerals are sad so the colour of the lion in funerals are white in colour. After dancing, the lion is burnt.
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Lion Dancing is usually seen in festivals and birthday celebration of deities in China. They inherit this ritual since the ancient time. Lion is an animal believed to be warding off evil spirits. In ancient days, lions must be accompanied with Big Head Buddha (Dai Tau Fak). However, his very best friend seems like retiring from the lion dancing profession. The lions in lion dancing should be in bright colours in celebration and festivals because they are events to celebrate and happy for people who are alive. For funerals, Chinese also use lion dancing occasionally. Lion dancing used in funerals are sad so the colour of the lion in funerals are white in colour. After dancing, the lion is burnt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #travelpictures #travelpicsdaily #travelgramdaily #travelwander #travelwanderlust #tavelwanderexplore #travelexploring #traveltravelwithfriends #travelfriends #travel_captures #aroundtheglobe #discovermaximalisthongkong #culturalexpedition #experienceculture #exchangestudents #exchangeculture #culturegram #culturetravel #travelcurious #travelguide #forbestravel #forbestravelguide #bbctravel #travelandbeyond #dametraveller #travelawesome #welivetoexplore #worldtravelpics #worlderlust #loves_cultures

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Kao Chim (Fortune Telling Sticks) is an important element in Chinese culture. Weapons is just a symbolism in Taoism. Fortune Telling Sticks are words ascent from gods and goddesses in heaven. They actually perform a role pretty similar to prophets in bible. However, Fortune Telling Sticks do need an interpreter in temples to decode the messages.

Kao Chim (Fortune Telling Sticks) is an important element in Chinese culture. Weapons is just a symbolism in Taoism. Fortune Telling Sticks are words ascent from gods and goddesses in heaven. They actually perform a role pretty similar to prophets in bible. However, Fortune Telling Sticks do need an interpreter in temples to decode the messages.

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Honestly, I have never been to Law Uk Folk Museum (The House of Law's) because I thought it is just a tiny cottage. There are three intersting spots. Firstly, I planned to take photo on the exterior of the factory building because I remembered that I went to Chai Wan for a job interview! After crossing the road from the shopping centre (MTR Exit B to the ground floor), I found something and...Well, you will know the story once you get there! The factory buidlding is converted into a tiny place for exhibitions. Law Uk (The House of Law's) is certainly became my next adventure! After visiting Law Uk Museum (The House of Law's). Just to mention here is that

Honestly, I have never been to Law Uk Folk Museum (The House of Law's) because I thought it is just a tiny cottage. There are three intersting spots. Firstly, I planned to take photo on the exterior of the factory building because I remembered that I went to Chai Wan for a job interview! After crossing the road from the shopping centre (MTR Exit B to the ground floor), I found something and...Well, you will know the story once you get there! The factory buidlding is converted into a tiny place for exhibitions. Law Uk (The House of Law's) is certainly became my next adventure! After visiting Law Uk Museum (The House of Law's). Just to mention here is that "Law" is the surname of the owner of the cottage. I was correct! There is not much to see there! I would rather spend time on Sam Tung Uk Museum which has similar things and offers heaps stuff to enjoy! However, visiting Chai Wan where Law Uk is located can spend you approximately two hours there! Why do I say so? When walking down to Kut Shing Street from MTR Exit B and go down to the Kut Shing Street, you will find Chai Wan Factory Estate on the opposite side. I swear I did not even know they setup two exhibition halls and history boards down there! I head back to MTR Station on the first floor. Hold on! I saw something interesting…”Youth Square” at Exit A? What on earth is it? Then I walked straight in the shopping mall and saw a bridge ahead. There are plenty of signs leading up to Youth Square. Great! I found a building on the right. I walked there and discovered that they have an exhibition down there! Also, a permanent exhibition hall is on 5/F. That’s it! There are three tourist spots which is brand new to me and it was a good time to visit there! #travelpictures #travelpicsdaily #travelgramdaily #travelwander #travelwanderlust #tavelwanderexplore #travelexploring #traveltravelwithfriends #travelfriends #travel_captures #aroundtheglobe #discovermaximalisthongkong #culturalexpedition #experienceculture #exchangestudents #exchangeculture #culturegram #culturetravel #travelcurious #travelguide #forbestravel #forbestravelguide #bbctravel #travelandbeyond #dametraveller #travelawesome #welivetoexplore

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Paper offering and paper money is used for offerings in Taoism. It is deeply rooted in Chinese culture. The Chinese seperate two different types of papre offerings and paper money from two groups of users: (1) Deities (2) Ghosts. There are distinctive features can sort out the different offerings for each group. Also, they burn paper offerings and paper money into furnace but seperate into two types of furnace again. Deities accomodate in heaven so they burn paper offerings and paper money into a furnace that designated for deities only. If people burn paper offerings and paper money to ancestor using the furnace designated for deities, the offerings will not received by their ancestors. Vice versa. People in China also believes that the spirits both from underworld and heaven receives offerings from smelling the offerings.

Paper offering and paper money is used for offerings in Taoism. It is deeply rooted in Chinese culture. The Chinese seperate two different types of papre offerings and paper money from two groups of users: (1) Deities (2) Ghosts. There are distinctive features can sort out the different offerings for each group. Also, they burn paper offerings and paper money into furnace but seperate into two types of furnace again. Deities accomodate in heaven so they burn paper offerings and paper money into a furnace that designated for deities only. If people burn paper offerings and paper money to ancestor using the furnace designated for deities, the offerings will not received by their ancestors. Vice versa. People in China also believes that the spirits both from underworld and heaven receives offerings from smelling the offerings.

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Murray House is a landmark of Stanley. It is a historic building and converted into a shopping mall.

Murray House is a landmark of Stanley. It is a historic building and converted into a shopping mall.

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Lion Dancing is well known to everyone in the world. Did you know that there is another stuff unknown to tourists in Hong Kong even young generations of locals in Hong Kong? Yes, Qilin (Kirin) Dancing cannot be commonly seen in the streets of Hong Kong! When I was young, I always go to Ma Yau Tong Village where my grandparents (my mum side) lived. They both passed away. In every year, I went to ancestral hall giving tribute to my grandpa. After going back to my grandma's house, I heard loud sounds coming from afar. I asked my mum why do they do lion dancing. Was it a festival? She told me that it is Qilin Dancing at that day! Unfortunately, I cannot see it! So, I believe that they still doing that every year because it is their tradition they want to keep. Jump to youtube.com/watch?v=PcNodewDYqM and enjoy your culture discovery!

Lion Dancing is well known to everyone in the world. Did you know that there is another stuff unknown to tourists in Hong Kong even young generations of locals in Hong Kong? Yes, Qilin (Kirin) Dancing cannot be commonly seen in the streets of Hong Kong! When I was young, I always go to Ma Yau Tong Village where my grandparents (my mum side) lived. They both passed away. In every year, I went to ancestral hall giving tribute to my grandpa. After going back to my grandma's house, I heard loud sounds coming from afar. I asked my mum why do they do lion dancing. Was it a festival? She told me that it is Qilin Dancing at that day! Unfortunately, I cannot see it! So, I believe that they still doing that every year because it is their tradition they want to keep. Jump to youtube.com/watch?v=PcNodewDYqM and enjoy your culture discovery!

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Jumbo Seafood Shum Wan Pier is not hard to reach. When you can locate Shum Wan Road and Sham Wan Road Area. They are the indiations of a right direction. The next target is Shum Wan Pier Drive. Walk towards the very end of this drive and you will reach Jumbo Seafood Shum Wan Pier!

Jumbo Seafood Shum Wan Pier is not hard to reach. When you can locate Shum Wan Road and Sham Wan Road Area. They are the indiations of a right direction. The next target is Shum Wan Pier Drive. Walk towards the very end of this drive and you will reach Jumbo Seafood Shum Wan Pier!

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Western Monastery is one of the spectacular Buddist monastery in Hong Kong. It has stunning architecture and beautiful garden. A highly recommended tourist spot accompanying with The Yuen Yuen Institute next door. Take Green Minibus No. 81 (http://www.16seats.net/eng/gmb/gn_81.html) at Tseun Wan (Shiu Wo Street) and land off at Terminus at Lo Wai is the easiest way to get there!

Western Monastery is one of the spectacular Buddist monastery in Hong Kong. It has stunning architecture and beautiful garden. A highly recommended tourist spot accompanying with The Yuen Yuen Institute next door. Take Green Minibus No. 81 (http://www.16seats.net/eng/gmb/gn_81.html) at Tseun Wan (Shiu Wo Street) and land off at Terminus at Lo Wai is the easiest way to get there!

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Dame St.

Dame St.

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A statue of a God called Wong Ming who has its animal dragon assisting him all times! This statute is located at a temple called Shing Sin Chang Tong. The temple is well known amongst locals because the ashes of the deceased singers are placed in the columbarium of the temple. They are Koma Wong (Ka Kui Wong), Ann Mui (Oi Fong Mui) and Anita Mui (Yim Fong Mui). Their website is http://www.tao-ssct.org/ (tradition Chinese version only). You may try to call them at (852) 2336 1578 or email them on ssct@tao-ssct.org. Their address is 7-8 Rutland Quadrant, Kowloon Tong. In addition, they do a free session of planchette writhing (fuji) on every Saturday from 14:30 for believers (Cantonese and Mandarin only).

A statue of a God called Wong Ming who has its animal dragon assisting him all times! This statute is located at a temple called Shing Sin Chang Tong. The temple is well known amongst locals because the ashes of the deceased singers are placed in the columbarium of the temple. They are Koma Wong (Ka Kui Wong), Ann Mui (Oi Fong Mui) and Anita Mui (Yim Fong Mui). Their website is http://www.tao-ssct.org/ (tradition Chinese version only). You may try to call them at (852) 2336 1578 or email them on ssct@tao-ssct.org. Their address is 7-8 Rutland Quadrant, Kowloon Tong. In addition, they do a free session of planchette writhing (fuji) on every Saturday from 14:30 for believers (Cantonese and Mandarin only).

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An artwork

An artwork "Above the Cloud" is created by Ren Zhe located at Exchange Square, Central. When you come from Central Pier, you will follow the bridge towards Lan Kwai Fong or Queen's Road Central direction. When you find IFC Mall on your right. Go inside the mall and find the main entrance. If you are stuck, please contact (852) 2295 3308 for help.

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I always love seeing the sculpture as illustrated in the first photo. I was visiting Western Monastery and this place is highly recommended as a tourist spot accompanying The Yuen Yuen Institute in the radar of Lo Wai (Old Walled Village) shown in the last photo. For the first photo, the animals of the sculpture literally are mix of animals! They are a mix of a tortoise and a dragon. They both represent good fortune. Dragon is always represented as an authority figure in imperial courts in ancient China. Chinese always regard emperors and empress as sons and daughters of a dragon. Tortoise is an auspicious figures for all people who born in any of Twelve Zodiac Sign.

I always love seeing the sculpture as illustrated in the first photo. I was visiting Western Monastery and this place is highly recommended as a tourist spot accompanying The Yuen Yuen Institute in the radar of Lo Wai (Old Walled Village) shown in the last photo. For the first photo, the animals of the sculpture literally are mix of animals! They are a mix of a tortoise and a dragon. They both represent good fortune. Dragon is always represented as an authority figure in imperial courts in ancient China. Chinese always regard emperors and empress as sons and daughters of a dragon. Tortoise is an auspicious figures for all people who born in any of Twelve Zodiac Sign.

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An iron carillon at a temple. You can see them literally at every temple! It can be said a landmark of every single temple!

An iron carillon at a temple. You can see them literally at every temple! It can be said a landmark of every single temple!

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Lion dancing.

Lion dancing.

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