Ping Shan Heritage

Some articles on ping shan, ping shan heritage, ping, shan:

Hung Shing Temple - Hong Kong - Existing Temples
... Hang Mei Tsuen, Ping Shan This Hung Shing Temple was constructed by the Tang Clan residing in Ping Shan ... It is part of the Ping Shan Heritage Trail ... Sha Kong Wai, Ping Shan No ...
China Women's National Volleyball Team - Results - Olympic Games
... Hou Yuzhu, Yang Xiaojun, Yang Xilan, Zhu Ling, Zheng Meizhu, Su Huijuan, Lang Ping, Li Yanjun, Zhou Xiaolan, Liang Yan and Jiang Ying, Head Coach Yuan ... Head Coach Lang Ping ... place Wu Dan, Li Yan, Zhu Yunying, Wu Yongmei, Li Shan, He Qi, Chen Jing, Sun Yue, Qiu Aihua, Gui Chaoran, Wang Lina and Yin Yin ...
Shui Pin Wai Stop - Neighbouring Stops
... Preceding stop MTR Light Rail Following stop Ping Shan towards Tuen Mun Ferry Pier 610 Fung Nin Road towards Yuen Long Ping Shan towards Tuen Mun Ferry Pier ...
Declared Monuments Of Hong Kong - List of Monuments
66 Cheung Shan Monastery Ping Che, Fanling North Declared on 31 Dec 1997. 68 Cheung Ancestral Hall Shan Ha Tsuen, Ping Shan Yuen Long Declared on 30 December 1999 ... Tang Lung Chau, Kap Shui Mun Tsuen Wan 73 Tang Ancestral Hall Ping Shan ...
List Of Grade I Historic Buildings In Hong Kong - Yuen Long District
... Notes/References Photographs Kun Ting Study Hall Hang Mei Tsuen, Ping Shan Part of the Ping Shan Heritage Trail ... Entrance Hall of Shut Hing Study Hall Tong Fong Tsuen, Ping Shan Part of the Ping Shan Heritage Trail Tang Tsing Lok Ancestral Hall Pak Wai Tsuen, Kam Tin Yu Yuen Tung Tau Wai ... Yuen Kwan Tai Temple Mong Tseng Wai, Ping Shan Tin Hau Temple Off Tai Shu Ha Road, Tai Kei Leng/Nga Yiu Tau, Shap Pat Heung Called the "Tai Shu Ha Tin Hau Temple" (大樹下天后廟), it got ...

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