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This is where many people ask for divine guidance by a practice known as kau cim, a practice that has all but disappeared in mainland China.
This is where many people ask for divine guidance by a practice known as kau cim, a practice that has all but disappeared in mainland China. Located just next to Wong Tai Sin MTR Station. Entrance is free, though voluntary donations are welcome.
Wong Tai Sin Road, Hong Kong
+852 2327 8141
When the British returned after the war, the Walled City remained notorious for drugs, vice and many things shady and criminal
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Tomb from the Eastern Han dynasty (AD 25 - 220) discovered in 1955
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An exhibition in complete darkness