Do you know why there are fire dragon dances in the Tai Hang (大坑) district of Hong Kong during mid-autumn festival?
And what's different about the dragon boat tours in Tai O (大澳) compared to a "regular" other dragon boat races?
Why do folks "beat the voodoo dolls" (打小人)?
What is the wishing tree in Lam Tsuen Village in Tai Po (大埔) district for?
How many of Hong Kong's famous traditional customs do you know?
In this book, we cover the following Hong Kong specific customs:
- Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dances
- The Dragon Boat Tours in Tai O
- "Voodoo Doll Beatings" in the Canal Road Flyover Bridge
- Tai Po's Wishing Tree
Hardcover | 64 pages | 21.5 x 28cm