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Bithday of Lord Buddha Hong KongBithday of Lord Buddha - 2nd May in 2009.This is a Buddhist festival where Lord Buddha's statues are bathed and worshipped, monasteries visited and ceremonies held. The largest statue of Lord Buddha in bronze is believed to be the one at Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island. This becomes a place thronged by many at this time. Vegetarian food is served on this day.

 

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