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Autumn Sacrificial Rites in Man Mo Temple

Today, I went to Hollywood Road to attend the Autumn Sacrificial Rites organised by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals to pay homage to Man Cheong, the God of Literature, and Mo Tai, the God of Martial Arts. Established in Hong Kong 169 years ago, Man Mo Temple is always busy with worshippers. The Autumn Sacrificial Rites in Man Mo Temple are part of Hong Kong's cultural heritage. According to the organiser, this is the first time since Hong Kong's return to China that an incumbent Chief Executive has attended the Rites.

Hong Kong has a wealth of cultural heritage, which helps enrich our spiritual life. Man Mo Temple and its rituals are good examples.

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October 27, 2016