Tat Mor’s native home was said to be ancient India. He brought Buddhism to China in the Northern and Southern Dynasties (420 - 589). After Tat Mor's death, worshippers honoured him with the title “Tat Mor Cho Sze” (meaning the master).
In the 1950s when Tsing Yi Island had not yet been developed, some migrants from Hoi Fung and Luk Fung built the Temple in Tsing Yi Lutheran New Village. Worshippers would visit the Temple and pay respect to Tat Mor on Tat Mor’s birthday which falls on the 5th day of the 10th lunar month.
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