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Celebrating Hung Shing: An Extravaganza of Parades, Dances, and Music


Step into a world of vibrant festivities as we come together to pay homage to Hung Shing, the God of the Sea. This event promises a captivating experience filled with parades, traditional dances, enchanting music, and much more. From the grand parade featuring floats, dancers, and drummers to the mesmerizing lion dance and the luminous night dragon dance, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Don't miss out on the opportunity to indulge in the traditional Poon Chai Feast, but make sure to book your spot early as seats are limited.


At 11:30 a.m., the grand parade will kick off, showcasing a magnificent procession of floats adorned with vibrant colors and intricate designs. Dancers dressed in traditional costumes will grace the streets, their graceful movements captivating the audience. Accompanied by the rhythmic beats of the drums, the parade will create a lively and festive atmosphere that celebrates the spirit of Hung Shing.


One of the highlights of the event is the "18 Lions Dance on Quincuncial Piles" at 3:30 p.m. This performance is a sight to behold as skilled lion dancers leap and bound from pole to pole, displaying their agility and precision. The vibrant lion costumes and synchronized movements create an exhilarating spectacle that will leave a lasting impression on all who witness it.


As the evening sets in, prepare to be enchanted by the "500-Feet Luminous Night Dragon Dance Performance." This mesmerizing display of light and motion features a long dragon weaving its way through the streets, captivating the audience with its graceful movements. The illuminated dragon, accompanied by traditional music, creates a breathtaking visual spectacle that illuminates the night sky.

To immerse yourself further in the traditions of the festivities, don't miss the opportunity to partake in the traditional Poon Chai Feast. Starting at 6:30 p.m., this feast offers a delectable array of traditional dishes that will tantalize your taste buds. Please note that seats are limited, and to secure your spot, kindly email to make a reservation.


Join us as we come together to celebrate Hung Shing, the God of the Sea, in a grand display of parades, dances, and music. From the vibrant grand parade to the awe-inspiring lion and dragon dances, this event promises an unforgettable experience for all. Immerse yourself in the rich traditions and cultural heritage surrounding Hung Shing and indulge in the traditional Poon Chai Feast. Book your spot early and be a part of this extraordinary celebration that honors the spirit of the sea.


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