Man Mo Temple is dedicated to the God of literature, Man and the martial god, Mo. Built in 1847, it is a complex of three buildings - one housing the shrine, the other with a small office for community affairs and the third storing, presumably, ashes of the departed. Apart from the prayer altars, what I found striking was a central, open courtyard that had giant hanging helical incense sticks. The afternoon sun made a pleasant interplay in the rising smoke, among all the lanterns.
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