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Golden Week festival at Wong Tai Sin Temple in Hong Kong.
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Every year this neighborhood comes alive with thumping drums, swirling incense, and a 67-foot-long dancing dragon. By Kate Springer Hong Kong’s tiny Tai Hang district is usually one of the city’s quietest quarters. But every year during Mid-Autumn Festival—a mythological holiday celebrating the moon and harvest—the neighborhood comes alive with thumping drums, swirling incense, and a… Read More
Dongmen, or Dongmen pedestrian street, is a well known area for shopping and eating. There are lots of stalls, little shops, restaurants, malls, and huge retail spaces. It’s primarily a commercial section of the Louho District where no vehicles are allowed (a rarity in Shenzhen, or China as a whole)… Read More
The Man Mo Temple, or Wen Wu Temple, in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, is quite a site. It’s small, as all the Man Mo/Wen Wu Temples seem to be, but very cool inside. Primarily people go there to burn incense and make offerings to Man Tai (Man Cheong) and Mo Tai (Kwan Tai). The second… Read More