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Festivals in Hong Kong - China

Birthday of Buddha - Hong Kong

Birthday of Buddha

Birthday of Buddha falls on the 8th day of the 4th lunar month. This is a Buddhist festival where Buddha's statues are bathed and worshipped, monasteries visited and ceremonies are held. The largest statue of Buddha in bronze is believed to be the one at Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island. This...

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Birthday of Che Kung  - Hong Kong

Birthday of Che Kung

Birthday of Che Kung falls on the second day of the first lunar month. This is celebrated in memory of Che Kung. It is believed the Sung Dynasty general became a Taoist deity after he saved many from plague. Thousands now go to his temple. Luck is believed to befall those visiting the temple at...

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Cheung Chau Bun festival - Hong Kong

Cheung Chau Bun festival

Cheung Chau Bun festival is held every May. It is celebrated by the people of Hong Kong by carrying White Chinese Buns on huge bamboo sticks. They carry these to the Pak Tai temple where there is a huge celebration. Like the other festivals this too lasts a week. Legend has it that when the island...

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Chinese New Year  - Hong Kong

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is the first day of the lunar month. This is the most important festival in the calendar based on the legend of Nien, the fearsome monster that attacked the homes and people of the Yellow river area. Nien was afraid only of the color red, noise and bright lights. It is believed...

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Christmas and New Year - Hong Kong

Christmas and New Year

Christmas and New Year is again a time of revelry. East meets West in the true spirit of this festive season.  ...

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Chung Yeung - Hong Kong

Chung Yeung

Chung Yeung (9th moon, 9th day), like the Ching Ming, is a day to pay respects to and remember the departed loved ones. It is also known as Autumn Remembrance. People move to the hills and make offerings. It is based on a folktale of how Woon King on the advice of a soothsayer took his whole family...

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Confucius's Birthday - Hong Kong

Confucius's Birthday

Confucius's Birthday, 27th day of the eighth moon. One of the greatest philosophers and thinkers of China, Confucius is highly revered in Hong Kong and his birthday is celebrated with traditional reverence.  ...

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Dong Zhi Festival - Hong Kong

Dong Zhi Festival

Dong Zhi (Winter Solstice) Festival (11th moon). This is the second biggest festival of the Chinese calendar celebrated on the day when it is the shortest day and the longest night. Families get together and celebrate with new clothes, lots of food, and gifts. Chinese Yin and Yang principals are at...

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