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Moon chasing during the Mid-Autumn Festival | Wong Tai Sin Temple Lantern Festival, Snake Cake, Early Dragon Twice, Citizens: Too Many People

2021-09-22T16:37:00.938Z

Wong Tai Sin Temple will hold the "100th Anniversary Lantern Festival" for 7 days starting from the 18th of this month. Tonight, a large number of people will visit the Mid-Autumn Festival "Chasing the Moon Night." one small



Wong Tai Sin Temple will hold the "100th Anniversary Lantern Festival" for 7 days starting from the 18th of this month. Tonight, a large number of people will visit the Mid-Autumn Festival "Chasing the Moon Night." Cut the dragon in one hour, and call for early tomorrow night.


A reporter from "Hong Kong 01" arrived at the scene at 8 o'clock in the evening, and a large number of people kept flying outside, showing disappointed expressions.

Some members of the public made a special trip from Wanchai to the venue, thinking that the organizer should notify early; there were also mainland students who came to Hong Kong to study and expressed regret that "only to come again next year", but she thinks there are more activities in Hong Kong and the Mid-Autumn Festival atmosphere is lively; another member of the public I ate behind closed doors for two consecutive nights, but I will be there tomorrow evening to try my luck.


The staff called after the dragon was cut: Don’t need to wait for a while, don’t get into Dela

The "100th Anniversary Lantern Festival" at Wong Tai Sin Temple combines the Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival and "Carnival"-style temple fairs, including large-scale lanterns and lantern riddles, cultural performances, and booth games. The free admission attracts a large number of people to visit.

Yesterday’s Mid-Autumn Festival and today’s chasing the moon night, a large number of tourists arrived to celebrate the festival. The temple was to cut the dragon early. The staff repeatedly appealed at the entrance, "You don't need to wait a while, and you won't be able to get in," and reassure the public to ask for early tomorrow.

Police officers at the scene maintained order and once again sealed the orange belt to persuade the citizens to leave.

The "100th Anniversary Lantern Festival" of Wong Tai Sin Temple attracted a large number of people to visit the temple for several days. The temple was cut off early at 7:30 tonight, but there were still many people waiting at the time.

(Photo by Li Zetong)

Lin Sheng and his family made a special trip from Kwun Tong to the venue. Unexpectedly, after queuing for more than 20 minutes, they were told that they could not enter the venue. They were slightly disappointed. , I hope to spend the holiday with my family, so I can only go to Tsim Sha Tsui to celebrate.

Lin Sheng believes that the temple can inform the queue of people in advance of the arrangement for truncating the dragon.

(Photo by Li Zetong)

Thai-Hong Kong people dress up and eat closed doors for two consecutive days

Miss Jing, a graduate student of the University of Hong Kong from Kunming, came to Hong Kong to study for a few months and was introduced by a friend to visit.

However, due to the large flow of people, she touched the nails with her friends and could only pray outside the temple.

She said it was a pity that she had to wait until next year to participate in the event.

Ms. Jing pointed out that the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations in the Mainland are similar to those of Hong Kong people. They also gather for dinner and have lantern festivals, but most of them are family gatherings. On the contrary, there are more Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations in Hong Kong and more lively.

Ms. Lin and Ms. Yu, both Thai and Hong Kong people who have been in Hong Kong for more than 20 years, made a special trip to dress up. They planned to visit the temple and take photos with lanterns, but they ate behind closed doors for two consecutive days. "Too many people can't help it." They will be there tomorrow. If you arrive early, you will also wear Thai costumes, hoping to visit inside.

Ms. Yu and her friends made a special trip to dress up. They planned to visit the temple and take photos with the lanterns, but they ate behind closed doors for two consecutive days.

(Photo by Li Zetong)

Sun Sheng and Sun Tai came across from Wan Chai, but Zhu looked back.

(Photo by Li Zetong)

Sun Sheng and Sun Tai came from Wan Chai across the district. They said that they thought they could enter the venue with a coupon, but when they arrived, they discovered that it was a gift voucher. They thought the conference could be arranged more appropriately to avoid disappointment.

Mid-autumn festival chasing the moonlight


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