Yuen Chau Tsai
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The Tai Wong Yeh Temple and Island House are located in the area of the former island.
Island House [ edit ]
Built in 1905, Island House was built as the residence for the first British Police Magistrate appointed in 1898. It is one of the declared monuments of Hong Kong.
Tai Wong Yeh Temple [ edit ]
Tai Wong Yeh Temple (大王爺廟) is located at the Island House Interchange. The temple was originally a stone tablet which was erected on the northern shore of Yuen Chau Tsai by the villagers in Chik Mei Village, located on the north bank of the Shenzhen River, in the mid-Qing Dynasty. In the late Qing Dynasty, some fishermen raised funds to build the temple for worship by local fishermen at the present location.
An opening ceremony was held in 1988 marking its renovation.
Yuen Chau Tsai (Island House) Archaeological Site [ edit ]
In 1960s, John Walden, who was the first one to report the site, collected stone adzes and geometric pottery sherds at the shoreline and the southern slope of Yuen Chau Tsai. In the 1980s and 1990s, field investigations recovered prehistoric cultural remains from the site. .
References [ edit ]
- The Film Service Office:Tai Wong Yeh Temple (Yuen Chau Tsai)Archived March 12, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
- History of Dragon Boat Race in Tai PoArchived October 22, 2004, at the Wayback Machine
- "Geographical Information System on Hong Kong Heritage". www5.lcsd.gov.hk. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
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