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Want to have more luck in your life? Luck holds a prominent place in Chinese cultures. Did you know that besides divine intervention, locals in Hong Kong have many interesting ways to attract good luck? From unique folk rituals, feng shui (the ancient science of harmony) to modern entertainment, pick up these tips to be luckier!
Experience local customs and explore Hong Kong’s beliefs about luck. Head to Wong Tai Sin Temple to see how local worshippers pray for good fortune, then to Statue Square to learn fun facts about feng shui. Take a tram ride to the Canal Road Flyover (Goose Neck Bridge) to learn about 'Petty Person Beating'. Finally, enjoy a beer and try your luck at the Happy Valley Racecourse.
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