Treasure Hunt

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Treasure Hunt

New Territories Hong Kong

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According to the archaeological relics and Cheung Chau Rock Carvings found in the southeast of Cheung Chau in 1970, it can be inferred that ancestors arrived in Cheung Chau at least 3000 years ago. During the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty, Cheung Chau was developed as a fishing gathering and market, attracting many fishermen and merchants to trade and live here. Today’s main temples on the island include Tin Hau Temple (built-in 1767) and Yuk Hui Temple (built-in 1783), Reflecting the importance of fishing at that time.

The Qing Government signed the " The Second Convention of Peking" with Britain, leasing over 200 outlying islands and the New Territories including Cheung Chau to Britain for 99 years, making Cheung Chau part of British Hong Kong

As Changzhou is one of the largest fishing ports outside the Pearl River Estuary, the early shipbuilding and fishing tackle industry in Changzhou was very vigorous, with many shipyards and shipyards and so on in its heyday. In the late 1960s, Hong Kong's light industry was booming and Cheung Chau's small factories flourished. However, with the changing times, many traditional industries have declined. Tourism is now the main.

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Cheung Chau is actually two islands, initially the two islands were not connected, but affected by the shape of the island and the monsoon, the waves bring the sea sand to the middle of the two islands, forming a spit, connecting the two sm... Read more
The early settlers of Cheung Chau were fishermen of Huizhou, Chaozhou and Guangzhou of the Guangdong Province. They believed that their safety could be assured by the blessings of supernatural power. Pak Tai, a sea divinity, became their pa... Read more
Cheung Chau Bun Festival or Cheung Chau Da Jiu Festival is a traditional Chinese festival on the island of Cheung Chau in Hong Kong. Held annually, and with therefore the most public exposure, it is by far the most famous of such Da Jiu fes... Read more
Cheung Chau Rock Carvings was found in 1970 and it is one of the eight Ancient Rock Carvings in Hong Kong which also include Shek Pik, Po Toi Island and Wong Chuk Hang etc. It has also been one of the Declared monuments of Hong Kong since 1... Read more
Cheung Po Tsai Cave should be talked about by Cheung Po Tsai. Cheung Po Tsai was in the Qing Dynasty from 1786 to 1822. The legend comes from Cheung Po Tsai's pirate deeds. The highest peak of Red Flag pirates is 30,000-40,000 and 600 warsh... Read more


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