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|The Community Heritage Gallery
It presents thematic exhibitions organized by schools or community organizations on the local history and culture of Hong Kong, especially in the New Territories.
“Declared Monuments in Yuen Long District”
According to the genealogies of several clans, the earliest significant settlements in Yuen Long can be traced back to the Song dynasty, resulting in a large quantity of historical and cultural relics. Among the declared monuments in Hong Kong, 16 of which are located in Yuen Long. This exhibition introduces these 16 declared monuments which are worth for understanding the traditional society of the New Territories.
This exhibition illustrates five Chinese gods associated with the Ping Shan Heritage Trail, namely Yeung Hau, Kam Fa, To Tei, Hung Shing and Fui Shing. It helps visitors to understand the Chinese traditional folk religion and historical buildings along the trail. The exhibition also introduces the activities of Kwai Tsing folk religion to learn the relationship between the Chinese traditional festivals and the local community.
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