Sam Tai Tsz Temple and Pak Tai Temple 三太子及北帝廟

Dublin Core

Title

Sam Tai Tsz Temple and Pak Tai Temple 三太子及北帝廟

Subject

Building
Temple
Grade II Historic Building (Sam Tai Tsz)
Grade III Historic Building (Pak Tai)
Religious Building

Description

Sam Tai Tsz Temple was built to honor the god Sam Tai Tsz who was known for his miracle that got rid of a plague that occured in 1894. On the other hand, the Pak Tai Temple was built in honor of Pak Tai, the God of the North, and was built for the fishermens living in Sham Shui Po area.

Creator

Local Fishermen (Pak Tai Temple)

Date

1898 (Sam Tai Tsz Temple), 1920 (Pak Tai Temple)

Contributor

Unknown

Rights

Unknown

Relation

Lung Hing Tong, Precious Blood Covenent

Format

Unknown

Type

Built Structure

Identifier

historicalbuilding_11

Coverage

Items such as artifacts within the Sam Tai Tsz are associated with the Qing Dynasty. Sam Tai Tsz (person) was associated with the Zhou Dynasty. While Pak Tai (person) was associated with the Shang Dynasty.

Date Created

1898(Sam Tai Tsz Temple), 1920(Pak Tai Temple)

Built Structure Item Type Metadata

Appearance

It has green roof tiles and a red outlook.

Contact Information

Unknown

Geographical Location

Sam Tai Tsz Temple and Pak Tai Temple, Nos.196 and 198, Yu Chau Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

Citation

Local Fishermen (Pak Tai Temple), “Sam Tai Tsz Temple and Pak Tai Temple 三太子及北帝廟,” Sham Shui Po, accessed April 24, 2024, https://learning.hku.hk/ccch9051/group-21/items/show/47.

Geolocation