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Tsing Chuen Wai at Lam Tei in Tuen Mun was previous named “Mak Yuen Wai” (literally meaning “Wheat Field Walled Village”). Its present name came from the fact that the enclosure walls were made of grey bricks. Tsing Chuen Wai is mainly populated by the To clan. The only surviving portion of the original grey-brick boundary wall at the main entrance, Tin Hau Temple and the ancestral hall in the village give a glimpse of the past life of the walled village.


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