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Ching Chung Koon in Kei Lun Wai of Tuen Mun, just next to Tuen Mun Hospital, is a renowned Taoist monastery in Hong Kong.

First inaugurated at Wai Ching Street, Kowloon in 1950, Ching Chung Koon established its current permanent monastery in Tuen Mun in 1960 with the completion of Shun Yeung Din. Thereafter, other buildings constructed for the worship of Taoism have been completed. Among them, Shun Yeung Din, Ching Wah Tong and Yik Fa Kung are used for religious ceremonies or sacrificial rites, while Mui Ngok Hin and Man Ching Lau are elderly homes.

The monastery’s charming landscaped garden featuring ponds and pavilions, bonsai shows displaying valuable classical Chinese potted plants and delicious vegetarian meals offered at Yee Wo Chai attract numerous worshippers and visitors. Besides, the monastery organises Taoist study courses to promote Taoism.

Among various buildings in the monastery, Shun Yeung Din and Yik Fa Kung were rated Grade 2 historic buildings in 2009.


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