This postcard of a Chinese Temple was published by KM&Co, Hongkong. It does not look like Man Mo Temple. Is it the Tin Hau Temple in Causeway Bay?
Pak Tai Temple, Wanchai
Submitted by christoph
Date picture taken (may be approximate):
Saturday, January 1, 1910
- Pak Tai Temple, Wanchai shows Place Pak Tai Temple, Wanchai [1863- ]
- Pak Tai Temple, Wanchai shows Street Stone Nullah Lane [c.1850- ]
Could be Pak Tai on Stone Nullah Lane?
Re: Pak Tai
Probably is the Pak Tai Temple. I think the nullah and the nullah bridge can be seen on the right.
Man Mo Temple
This should be the Man Mo Temple at Central
Re: I'm more inclined to believe it is Pak Tai Temple in Wanchai
Another clue is the steep
Another clue is the steep hillside and vegetation in the background, which fits Pak Tai better.
I wonder if the terraced houses are 98 Kennedy Road, that Barbara Anslow describes in her memoir: http://gwulo.com/node/17419
Not Man Mo
This is definitely not Man Mo. I've looked at photos, and I've come to a definite conclusion that this is the Pak Tai temple in Wanchai.
Wan Chai Pak Tai Temple
It is the Pak Tai Temple 北帝廟 (also called Yuk Hui Temple 玉虛宮) at Stone Nullah Lane 石水渠街 of Wan Chai 灣仔 on the north side of the Hong Kong Island.
I've updated the title from
I've updated the title from Unknown Temple to Pak Tai Temple, Wanchai
Pak Tai Temple in Wanchai
This temple is Wan Chai Pak Tai Temple which was built by locals in 1863 at Lung On Street, near Stone Nullah Lane. Nowaways, the temple is still kept in good shape, and it is one of the declared monument of Hong Kong.