This is a very small temple in Shau Kei Wan up the hill near the main bus station. A giant mangrove tree sits above the temple and one limb rests heavily on the roof. It’s hidden out of the way on a small street for auto repairs. You would only see this place if you went deliberately or had a flat tire. The caretaker there told me they had recently been robbed of a small gold Buddha from inside. There are no doors on these temples, so it would take no effort to rob. However, when I left the temple and cut through a small park next door I noticed a fair amount of drug dealing going on: something in very small plastic baggies. Not a good sign and a definite clue as to where Buddha has gone.
Soon after I went to the Coastal Defense Museum. I drew this picture of Lai Yue Mun with the crayons set out in the children’s section of the museum.
On the way home I ran into this remnant of old Hong Kong. It’s writing left from the King of Kowloon!