Leung Hon-wai contends that the secretary had no legal power to make the appointments as the island's Tai Sha Shrine is public property. According to the document, the property includes the Tin Hau (above), Shou Sin and Pak Tai temples.
Leung Hon-wai contends that the secretary had no legal power to make the appointments as the island's Tai Sha Shrine is public property. According to the document, the property includes the Tin Hau (above), Shou Sin and Pak Tai temples.

Cheung Chau land management appointments challenged in court as 'unlawful'

Leung Hon-wai contends that the secretary had no legal power to make the appointments as the island's Tai Sha Shrine is public property. According to the document, the property includes the Tin Hau (above), Shou Sin and Pak Tai temples.
Leung Hon-wai contends that the secretary had no legal power to make the appointments as the island's Tai Sha Shrine is public property. According to the document, the property includes the Tin Hau (above), Shou Sin and Pak Tai temples.
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