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The Temple is dedicated to "Chun Kwan". Legend has it that Chun Kwan was a commoner surnamed Ng who helped the local government combat pirates in Guangdong area during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127 - 1279). After his death, the Emperor bestowed on him the title "Chun Kwan" to commemorate his heroic act, and people started to worship him as a god. The original Chun Kwan Temple was built in around the 1900s near the waterfront of Tsing Yi Island. It was relocated to the present site at Fung Shue Wo Road in the 1980s.

Chun Kwan Emperor Festival is held from the 12th to 16th days of the 3rd lunar month every year, during which traditional Cantonese opera performances are staged.

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