Located at Tai Po Tau Tsuen, King Law Ka Shuk is the ancestral hall of the Tang clan in Tai Po Tau. It was once used as a study hall, and still serves as a venue for clan members to hold meetings and traditional functions. It is believed that the Tang clan constructed this traditional 3-hall, 2-courtyard building in the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644).
King Law Ka Shuk was declared a monument in 1998. The full restoration of King Law Ka Shuk was completed in 2001. The restoration project won the Award of Merit of UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation in the same year.
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