A flotilla with three Tin Hau statues on board will leave Tap Mun harbour. Photo: Sam Tsang A flotilla with three Tin Hau statues on board will leave Tap Mun harbour. Photo: Sam Tsang
A flotilla with three Tin Hau statues on board will leave Tap Mun harbour. Photo: Sam Tsang
City Weekend

Hong Kong’s Hakka and Tanka villagers to unite on Tap Mun island for once-a-decade Taoist celebration of their fishing heritage

  • Tai Ping Ching Chiu festival preparations garner a record HK$8 million in donations to help small communities in the northeast New Territories pay homage to the Goddess of the Sea

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A flotilla with three Tin Hau statues on board will leave Tap Mun harbour. Photo: Sam Tsang A flotilla with three Tin Hau statues on board will leave Tap Mun harbour. Photo: Sam Tsang
A flotilla with three Tin Hau statues on board will leave Tap Mun harbour. Photo: Sam Tsang
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