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[文化博览] 【整理】2009-11-16 Smart Travels 香港篇—2

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Before the tram was built ,arrived up to the peak there were three --hour trip by Sandan chair.By 1558,the tram that produced that time to about 7 minutes. In the early days of Glonia rule,before air conditioning in fragaration, the British discovered they could get a relief from heat by living up here  on the top of Victoria peak. Only society of upper class was allowed to build houses of these lofty heights. To this day, some of Hong Kong's most expensive homes are here. For visitors like us , the lookout provides magnificent views of the city in harbour.

Wang Tai Su is Hong Kong's most popular Taoism temple.It was named after a nagedary shepered who acquired a powerful art of healing. Chinese temples are typically built with red pillars ,golden roofs and multicolor carvings. Hong Kong escaped the villagers's repressure that spread through communist China during much of the 20th century, while many temple were destroyed in the  mainland .Hundreds here remained intact.Tradtitional Chinese religious practices often wave together ,elements of Taoism ,Buddism and other racial beliefs systems. Something to Chinese,don't find imcompatible.There is no special days are decided for worship,people simply stop by a temple whatever they want to pay their respects or feel the needs for spiritual guidence .

Tao essentially means the way of the universe . Taoists believe that there are many different gods who actively intervene daily life. Believers try to honour the gods with incense and other offerings in order to attain good fortunate. Since Taoists believe that luck can often find  fortunate tellers of these temples.They might read palms and study facial features as well as consult astrological birth charts and fortunate card.

[Homework]【整理】2009-11-16 Smart Travels 香港篇—2

before the tram was built, a ride upto the peak means 3-hour trip by sedan chair. by 1888, the tram reduced that time to about 7 minutes.
In the early days of Votoria room before air condition and frigiration, the British discovered that they can get relief from heat by living up here on the top of Vitoria peak. Only society upper class was allowed to build houses and these lofty heights. To these days, some of HK the most expensive home are here. For visitors like us, the lookout provides the maglificant views of the city and harbor.
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Traditional Chinese religious practices often weave together elements T**ism, Buddism, other ** belief system, something the Chinese don't find in compatible.There is no special day set aside for worship, people simply stop by a temple whenever they wanna pay their respect sir.
Tau initially means the way of the universe. Tau was lived in many different gods which actively intervene daily life. Belive ** try to honor these Gods with essence and other offerings and in order to obtain good fortune. Since Tau believed in luck, you can often found fortune-tellers in these temple. they might read poles and study facial feature, as well as consult to fountune cards.

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[Homework]【整理】2009-11-16 Smart Travels 香港篇—2

Before the Trim was built, a ride up to the peak meant a three-hour trip by Sadan chair. By 1888, the trim reduced that time to about seven minutes. In the early days of colonial rule before air-condition and refrigiration, the British discover they could get relief from the heat by living up here on the top of the top of the Victorian Peak. Only societie's upper cross was allowed to build housese of these lofty heights. To this day, some of Hong Kong's most expensive homes are here. For visitors like us, the look-out provides magnificent views of the city in harbour. Wang tai si is Hong Kong's most popular Taoist temple. It was named after a legendary sheperd who acquired a powerful art of feeling. Chinese tmples are typically built with red pillars, golden roofs and multiple-colored co...Hong Kong escaped the religious repression that spread through communist China during much of the 20th century. While many temples were destroyed on the Main Land, hundreds here remained intact. Traditional Chinese religious practices often waved together elements of Taoism, Buddhism and other ancient believe systems, something the Chinese don't find them compatible. THere is no special day set aside for worship people simply stop by a temple whenever they want to pay their respects or feel the need for spiritual guidance. Tao essentially means the way of the universe. Tao is the belief that there are many different gods who actively intervine in daily life. Believers try to honor the Gods with in another offerings in order to entertain good fortune. Since Taoists believe lock in locking fortune-tellers in this temples.They might reponds and study facial feature as well as consult astrological birth charts and fortune card.

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Before the tram was built,a ride up to the peak means a three hour trip by sedan chair.By 1888,the tram has reduced that time to about 7 minutes.In early days***room,before air condition and refrigeration,the British discover that they can escape heat by living
up here-----the top of the Victoria Peak.Only society upper crust was allowed to build house in this lofty height.to these days,some of HK’s most expensive homes are here.For visitors like us ,they look out provides mangnificant views of the city and habor.Wang Tai Shi is HK’s most popular taoist temple.It was named after a legendary shipper who was aquire powerful art of healing.Chinese temple is tipically built with red pillars golden roofs and multicolor carvins.HK escape the religion expression through China during much of the 20th century.While many temples destroyed on the mainland ,hundreds here remain intact.Traditional Chinese religion practise often wave out the elements of taoism,budishsim and other anicent believe systems.Something that Chinese don’t find incompatible.this know specialday satisfied for worship peple simply stop by a temple whenever they wanna pay their respect or feel the need for spiritual gods.Tao essencially means the way of universe.Taoist believe there are many different gods who intervine the daily life.Believers try to honnor the gods with incence offerings in good fortune.Since taoists believe in luck,your often find fortune tellers in this temples ,they might read ponds and study ficial fatures as well as consult astrological birth chart and fortune card.
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[Homework]【整理】2009-11-16 Smart Travels 香港篇—2

Before the train was built, a ride up to the peak meant a 3-hour trip by sedan chair. By 1888, the train had reduced that time to about 7 minutes.
In the early days of the clonial rule, before air-conditioning and refridgeration, and British discovered that they could get relief from the heat by living up here on the top of Victoria peak.
Only society's upper cruts was allowed to build houses at these lofty heights. To this state, some of Hongkong's most expensive homes are here. For wisitors like us, the lookout provides magnificent views of the city in harbor. Wong Tai Sin is Hongkong's most popular towers temple. It was named after a legendary shepherd who acquired a powerful art of healing. Chinese temples are typically built with red pillars, golden roofs and multi-colored carvings.
Hongkong escaped the religious repression that spread through communist China during much of the 20 century. While many temples were destroyed in mainland, hundreds here remaine intact. Traditional Chinese religious practices often weave together elements of Taoism, Buddhism and other ancient belief systems, something that Chinese don't find incompatible. There's no special day set aside for worship. People simply stop by a temple whenever they want to pay their respects or feel the needs for spiritual guidance.
Tao essentially means the way of the universe. Taoists believe that there are many different gods who actively intervene their dialy life. Believers try to honor the gods with incense and other offerings in order to abtain good fortune. Since Taoists believe in luck, you'll often find fortune-tellers in thiese temples. They might read palms, and study facial features, as well as consult astrological birth charts and fortune card.

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Before the tram was built, a ride up to the peak means a 3-hour trip by sedan chair. By 1888, the tram had reduced that time to about 7 minutes.

“In the early days of colonial rule, before air-conditioning and refrigeration, the British discovered they could get relief from the heat by living up here on the top of the Victoria Peak.”

Only society’s upper crust was allowed to build houses at these lofty heights. To these days some of Hong Kong’s most expensive homes are here. For visitors like us, the lookout provides magnificent views of the harbor.

Wong Tai Sin is Hong Kong’s most popular Taoist temple. It was named after a legendary shepherd who acquired a powerful art of healing. Chinese temples are typically built with red pillars, golden roofs and multicolored carvings.

Hong Kong escaped the religious repression that spread through communist China during much of the 20th century. While many temples were destroyed in the mainland, hundreds here remained intact.

“Traditional Chinese religious practices often weave together elements of Taoism, Buddhism and other ancient belief systems, something that Chinese don’t find incompatible. There’s no special day set aside for worship. People simply stop by a temple whenever they want to pay their respects or feel the need for spiritual guidance.”

Tao essentially means the way of the universe. Taoists believe that there are many different gods who actively intervene in daily life. Believers try to honor the gods with incense and other offerings in order to attain good fortune. Since Taoists believe in luck, you’ll often find fortune tellers in these temples. They might read palms and study facial features, as well as consult astrological birth charts and fortune cards.
Before the tram was built, a ride up to the peak means a three-hour trip by sedan trip. By 1888, the tram had reduced their time to about seven minutes.
In the earlier days of colonial rule, before air-conditioning and refrigeration, the British discovered they could get relief from the heat by living up here on the top of Victorian peak. Only society’s upper crust was allowed to build houses at this lofty heights. To this day, some of Hong Kong most expensive homes are here. For visitors like us, the lookout provides magnificent views of the city and harbour. Wong Tai Sin is Hong Kong’s most popular Taoist Temple. It was named after a legendary shepherd who acquired  powerful art of healing. Chinese temples are typically built with red pillars, golden roofs and multi-coloured carvings.


Hong Kong escaped the religious repression that’s  spread through communist China during much of the 20th century. While many temples were destroyed in the mainland, hundreds here remained intact.

Traditional Chinese religious practices often weave together with elements of Taoism, Buddhism, other ancient believing systems, something that Chinese don’t find incompatible.
There’s so special days set aside for worship. People simply stop by a temple whenever they want to pay their respects or feel the needs for spiritual guidance.

Tao essentially mean the way of the universe. Taoist believes there are many different gods who actively intervene in daily life. Believers try to honour the god with incense and other offerings in order to attain good fortunes.

Since Taoists believe in luck, you can always find fortune tellers in these temples. They might read palms and study facial features as well as consult the astrological birth charts and fortune cards.
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