Leung Tak-wah, of the Hong Kong Taoist Association, at Fung Ying Seen Koon Temple in Fanling. He is hoping his religion will have a cultural centre. Photo: Jonathan Wong Leung Tak-wah, of the Hong Kong Taoist Association, at Fung Ying Seen Koon Temple in Fanling. He is hoping his religion will have a cultural centre. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Leung Tak-wah, of the Hong Kong Taoist Association, at Fung Ying Seen Koon Temple in Fanling. He is hoping his religion will have a cultural centre. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Divided Hong Kong needs traditional Taoist values, says religion's leader in city

In the second of our series on key religious leaders, Taoist Association chief Leung Tak-wah says he aims to promote loyalty and kindness

Leung Tak-wah, of the Hong Kong Taoist Association, at Fung Ying Seen Koon Temple in Fanling. He is hoping his religion will have a cultural centre. Photo: Jonathan Wong Leung Tak-wah, of the Hong Kong Taoist Association, at Fung Ying Seen Koon Temple in Fanling. He is hoping his religion will have a cultural centre. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Leung Tak-wah, of the Hong Kong Taoist Association, at Fung Ying Seen Koon Temple in Fanling. He is hoping his religion will have a cultural centre. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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