2013-03-03 – Tai Kok Tsui Festival Dragon
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Tai Kok Tsue Festival dragon dance is one of the first festivals after Chinese New Year. It’s an all day event with a parade in the morning with lions and lots of noise from banging drums. In honour to “Hung Shing”, the God of the Sea revered back in the days by many of the fishermen in the Southern villages of China, Hong Kong and area.
He was also known as the King of the South Seas, and legend has it, he passed away too early so the people decided to build a temple in his memory to worship his spirit and in turn, Hung Shing would keep bringing them luck and protection from the treacherous seas.
The original temple was located in Fuk Chuen Village, but later moved to its current location in Tai Kok Tsui in Mong Kok and every year, on the 13th day of the first lunar month, a big celebration to honor Hung Shing takes place and is truly a lively event worth attending. TIP: for those lucky guests who show up in the afternoon as they have a special surprise so make sure you bring an appetite to share in poon choi a local dish.
For full details see their website – http://www.tkttemplefair.org.hk/
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