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Portrait of Wong Tai Sin

The founder of Sik Sik Yuen brought this portrait from Guangzhou to Hong Kong, and it has been enshrined in the main altar since 1921.

Plaque in Main Hall

Patriarch Lü wrote the calligraphy of “Chek-chung Wong-sin Temple” through spirit-writing in 1925. This plaque hangs at the main entrance of the main altar.

Plaque in Flying Phoenix Terrace

Li Bai wrote the calligraphy of “Flying Phoenix Terrace” through spirit-writing in 1924. The feature of this plaque is made of bronze to correspond to the attribute of terrace, which is metal of the five elements.

Plaque in Confucius Pavilion

Wong Tai Sin wrote the calligraphy of “Confucius Pavilion” through spirit-writing in 1935. The pavilion is the shrine to worship Confucius and his followers.

Plaque in Scripture Hall

The plaque shown in the picture presented in 1924 by Chan chun-pong, daoist priest of Sik Sik Yuen, hangs at the Scripture Hall. The meaning of “Wai Sin Zeoi Lok”為善最樂 (literal meaning “doing good deeds is the greatest happiness”) echoes to the guiding principle of Sik Sik Yuen “to Act Benevolently and to Teach Benevolence”.

“Kowloon Sik Sik Yuen Chek-chung Wong Tai Sin” seal

This seal used to stamp on the ordained certification issued by Sik Sik Yuen in the early days.

Plaque in Chinese Medicine Clinic

This plaque presented in 1924 by Po-hing Altar for the memorial of the opening of the first Chinese medicine clinic of Sik Sik Yuen. “Sin Yu Yan Tung”善與人同 literally means “virtue as the common property of oneself and others”.

Woodblock of early ordained certification of Po-yee Altar

The ordained certification of Sik Sik Yuen was printed by woodblock in the early period. The record of year in the ordained certification states as Republic of China calendar.

Awakening from Obsessed Dream

Awakening from Obsessed Dream is a compilation of the spirit-writing records by Wong Tai Sin and other immortals from 1897 to 1899, totally four episodes. The contents mainly wrote as poems, rhymed proses, and decrees, all of which are words of upholding the world and righteousness.

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