- After Wong Tai Sin Temple, the Che Kung Temple is probably the second most popular temple in Hong Kong. The Che Kung Festival, held on the third day of the Chinese New Year, sees thousands of worshippers gathering here and pray for good fortune. People will line up to light their ceremonial tributes and turn a bronze prayer-wheel in a clockwise direction to avert bad luck and hope for a "good-turn" of fortune in the coming year. Colourful paper spinning wheels, which may bring good luck to your home, are available from the many stalls outside the temple.
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