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Tin Hau Station

Dragon dance a reminder that HK is more than just opera and herbal tea

A 70-metre-long golden dragon sailed through the Heritage Museum in Sha Tin yesterday to remind people that besides Cantonese opera and herbal tea, Hong Kong had many examples of intangible cultural heritage to take pride in.

Monday, 19 October, 2009, 12:00am

New stamps celebrate city's treasures

First-day covers showing Hong Kong monuments will go on sale on Thursday and the stamps will be released on September 20. The 'Declared Monuments in Hong Kong' series features six sites, including Tin Hau Temple and the old Wan Chai post office. Advance orders will be accepted on the day the first-day covers are released.

4 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

What's On


The Hong Kong Youth NeoWinds Orchestra will perform on Sunday at 3pm in Tsuen Wan Town Hall.

26 May 2006 - 12:00am

Maximum exposure for a mini event

It's not quite The Italian Job but there's going to be a parade of Mini Coopers this Sunday afternoon to help promote the Wai Yin Association, which is a fund-raising organisation mostly comprised of former Miss Hong Kongs.

10 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Theft count in tunnel case

A 25-year-old man who hid in an MTR tunnel near Tin Hau station for eight hours was last night charged with the theft of a woman's handbag. The case will be heard in his absence at Eastern Court today. The defendant was admitted to the custodial ward of Queen Mary Hospital and is unfit to make a court appearance.

8 Apr 2002 - 12:00am

Youth 'pushed on tracks'

A youth, 17, suffered slight injuries after he was reportedly pushed on to the tracks by a man while standing on a platform at Tin Hau MTR station shortly after 9pm. He said he pressed his body against the side of the track when a train arrived and avoided serious injury.

28 Aug 2001 - 12:00am