Bai Tian Gong 2010

The ninth day of Chinese New Year is a significant important day for Hokkiens. It’s the day which the Hokkiens express their gratitude to the Heavenly God for blessing them throughout the year.


My families are purely Hokkien, therefore we behold this relief too. A simple yet meaningful praying session is carried out at the late night of 8th day Chinese New Year. For your information, the time for the praying session vary every year.

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Every food that used for the praying represent some good meaning. For your example, fat choi represent fat =]

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The 3 Major Scented Sticks!

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Practically few years ago I influenced my mom to pray with vegetarian style.

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Mom and bro praying for prosperity and heath =]

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Fire crackers to attract prosperous into house

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Neighborhood playing fire works to celebrate this day

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The Gods blessing message, clothes and money =]

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Hope Heaven God bless my family for prosperity, healthy and so on =]

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