Worshippers, including former actress Lana Wong Hai-wai (centre, in pig costume) offer the first incense at Wong Tai Sin Temple on Lunar New Year's Eve. Photo: Edmond SoWorshippers, including former actress Lana Wong Hai-wai (centre, in pig costume) offer the first incense at Wong Tai Sin Temple on Lunar New Year's Eve. Photo: Edmond So
Worshippers, including former actress Lana Wong Hai-wai (centre, in pig costume) offer the first incense at Wong Tai Sin Temple on Lunar New Year's Eve. Photo: Edmond So

Family reunions, festive meals and last-minute shopping as Hongkongers usher in Year of the Pig

  • Citizens celebrate at Lunar New Year fairs and with religious rites at temples
  • Carrie Lam wishes everyone a healthy and prosperous year as the city experiences the warmest Spring Festival season in 66 years

Topic |   Lunar New Year
Worshippers, including former actress Lana Wong Hai-wai (centre, in pig costume) offer the first incense at Wong Tai Sin Temple on Lunar New Year's Eve. Photo: Edmond SoWorshippers, including former actress Lana Wong Hai-wai (centre, in pig costume) offer the first incense at Wong Tai Sin Temple on Lunar New Year's Eve. Photo: Edmond So
Worshippers, including former actress Lana Wong Hai-wai (centre, in pig costume) offer the first incense at Wong Tai Sin Temple on Lunar New Year's Eve. Photo: Edmond So
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