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<br><br><br><br><br>According to the genealogy of the Tang clan of Ping Shan, Tsui Sing Lau pagoda was built more than 600 years ago by Tang Yin-tung, the 7th generation ancestor.<br>This green brick structure pagoda is hexagonal-shaped with thirteen meters high and has a three storeys (formerly 7). <br><br>On top of its floor, there is a statue of Fui Shing (Champion Star – a deity who controls the success or failure in examinations) that is worshipped by many people.<br><br>Auspicious titles are inscribed on each floor: on the ground floor – “Light Shines Straight Onto the Dippers and  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-chua-huong-dong-huong-tich-ha-noi-tour-du-lich-le-hoi-chua-huong-tu-ha-noi.html Tour Chùa Hương] the Enclosures”, on the middle floor – “Pagoda of Gathering Stars” and on the top floor – “Over the Milky Way”.<br><br>Situated to the north of Sheung Cheung Wai, the pagoda was built in order to improve feng shui of the locality: to prevent flooding disasters to the village and avoid evil spirits from the North as well as to help the Tangs win a title in the imperial examination. It was declared a monument on 14 December 2001.<br><br>According to the story, Tang Yin-tung was dreaming a group of stars all gathered together and suddenly dropped down onto the place where the current pagoda stands.<br><br>He consulted a feng shui master immediately and he was advised by the [http://www.shewrites.com/main/search/search?q=feng%20shui feng shui] master to build a [http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&gl=us&tbm=nws&q=Buddhist%20pagoda&gs_l=news Buddhist pagoda] on that spot so that he could gather the ‘scholarship’ for the clan. Not long after the pagoda was built[ ], the Tang clan produced numerous scholars and [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-chua-huong-dong-huong-tich-ha-noi-tour-du-lich-le-hoi-chua-huong-tu-ha-noi.html Tour Chùa Hương] officials in the Qing and Ming dynasties.<br>
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<br><br><br><br><br>According to the genealogy of the Tang clan of Ping Shan, Tsui Sing Lau pagoda was built more than 600 years ago by Tang Yin-tung, the 7th generation ancestor.<br>This green brick structure pagoda is hexagonal-shaped with thirteen meters high and has a three storeys (formerly 7). <br><br>On top of its floor, there is a statue of Fui Shing (Champion Star – a deity who controls the success or failure in examinations) that is worshipped by many people.<br><br>Auspicious titles are inscribed on each floor: on the ground floor – “Light [http://data.gov.uk/data/search?q=Shines%20Straight Shines Straight] Onto the Dippers and the Enclosures”, on the middle floor – “Pagoda of Gathering Stars” and on the top floor – “Over the Milky Way”.<br><br>Situated to the north of [http://www.trainingzone.co.uk/search/Sheung%20Cheung Sheung Cheung] Wai, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-chua-huong-dong-huong-tich-ha-noi-tour-du-lich-le-hoi-chua-huong-tu-ha-noi.html Tour Chùa Hương] the pagoda was built in order to improve feng shui of the locality: to prevent flooding disasters to the village and avoid evil spirits from the North as well as to help the Tangs win a title in the imperial examination. It was declared a monument on 14 December 2001.<br><br>According to the story, Tang Yin-tung was dreaming a group of stars all gathered together and [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-chua-huong-dong-huong-tich-ha-noi-tour-du-lich-le-hoi-chua-huong-tu-ha-noi.html tour chùa hương 1 ngày] suddenly dropped down onto the place where the current pagoda stands.<br><br>He consulted a feng shui master immediately and he was advised by the feng shui master to build a Buddhist pagoda on that spot so that he could gather the ‘scholarship’ for the clan. Not long after the pagoda was built[ ], the Tang clan produced numerous scholars and officials in the Qing and Ming dynasties.<br>

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According to the genealogy of the Tang clan of Ping Shan, Tsui Sing Lau pagoda was built more than 600 years ago by Tang Yin-tung, the 7th generation ancestor.
This green brick structure pagoda is hexagonal-shaped with thirteen meters high and has a three storeys (formerly 7).

On top of its floor, there is a statue of Fui Shing (Champion Star – a deity who controls the success or failure in examinations) that is worshipped by many people.

Auspicious titles are inscribed on each floor: on the ground floor – “Light Shines Straight Onto the Dippers and the Enclosures”, on the middle floor – “Pagoda of Gathering Stars” and on the top floor – “Over the Milky Way”.

Situated to the north of Sheung Cheung Wai, Tour Chùa Hương the pagoda was built in order to improve feng shui of the locality: to prevent flooding disasters to the village and avoid evil spirits from the North as well as to help the Tangs win a title in the imperial examination. It was declared a monument on 14 December 2001.

According to the story, Tang Yin-tung was dreaming a group of stars all gathered together and tour chùa hương 1 ngày suddenly dropped down onto the place where the current pagoda stands.

He consulted a feng shui master immediately and he was advised by the feng shui master to build a Buddhist pagoda on that spot so that he could gather the ‘scholarship’ for the clan. Not long after the pagoda was built[ ], the Tang clan produced numerous scholars and officials in the Qing and Ming dynasties.