Incense and prayers

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Man Mo Temple, Hong Kong

What: Incense coils hanging from the ceiling at Man Mo Temple
Where: Hong Kong, China
When: December 2012

Photo credit: Amrita S
Camera: Nikon D90

Traveller’s tale: Temple dedicated to Man – God of literature & civil servants and Mo – God of Martial Arts or War. As in all Chinese temples, prayers and incense are everywhere – large ones, bunches in bowls, even hanging from the ceiling. I realised there were incense sticks overhead only after reading a sign that said to watch out for falling ash.

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