Looking for things to do in Hong Kong? Consider visiting Yuen Yuen Institute. The temple was established in 1950, and the main building of the institute is a replica of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The Yuen Yuen Institute is the only temple in Hong Kong dedicated to all three major Chinese religions, Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. The Institute is located in the New Territories around Tsuen Wan District, and Sam Dip Tam. This area is filled with monasteries temples, and halls of varying purpose.
The purpose of the Institute is, one spread principles of Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. The next purpose is to uphold the eight virtues, which consist of, honor, honesty, justice, propriety, fidelity, loyalty, respect, filial piety, Finally to promote social welfare. There are also many activities in Hong Kong that are held at the Yuen Yuen Institute, examples are: Festival of Lanterns, Bonsai, Chinese New Year, and Ghost Month.
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