Religious Affairs

Preaching Taoism

Religious Affairs

Wong Tai Sin Belief

Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple worships Master Wong Tai Sin. Following his Teaching of “acting benevolently and teaching benevolence”, all priests strictly adhere to the 10 rules of “filial piety, fraternity, fidelity, benevolence, righteousness, frugality, morality, ritual propriety, restraint and trustworthiness” as the discipline. Sik Sik Yuen is committed to providing medical, education and elderly services, so as to inherit Master Wong Tai Sin’s reputation of “answering whatever he is asked for”. For nearly 100 years, Sik Sik Yuen has been devoted to promoting Taoism and Wong Tai Sin Belief.

Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple was set up with the altar named as “Puyi”. All members of the temple must dedicate to the faith and receive the Three Treasures of “Taoism, Scriptures and Master” to become a priest of “Puyi Altar” of the Chunqian (male) sect faction. All priests have the obligation to carry out the missionary work of Sik Sik Yuen in a voluntary nature. Since its founding, the Wong Tai Sin faith of Sik Sik Yuen has emphasized the three teachings, respected the fact that Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism share the same roots, and pursued the concept of great unity, which attracts worshippers to reflect the diversity of Hong Kong Community. In order to actualize the three teachings that share the same roots, Sik Sik Yuen also worships the Buddha of Lighting Lamp and Confucius other than the Taoist deities.

Message of Taoism Abbot


Since I have been the Abbot of Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, I am dedicated to promoting and propagating Taoism and Taoist Culture. Thanks to the blessing of Master Wong Tai Sin, religious affairs is being well-developed in Sik Sik Yuen. Nowadays, with my leadership of Religious Affairs Committee, there are four groups of Subcommittee, which contain Worshipping and Repentance Rituals Subcommittee, External Affairs and Preaching Subcommittee, Development and Training Subcommittee as well as Yuenchen Hall and Caishen Palace Management Subcommittee. Each Subcommittee focuses on one specific aspect of Religious Affairs and strives to keep the online information up-to-dated, so as to inherit Taoism in a more modern way.

Taoism originated from China, which is one of the roots of Chinese Culture. Taoist Culture contains various aspects that different professions spent their time on research and investigations. Therefore, we should utilize the internet as a tool to connect Taoism and the public, in order to foster the sustainable communication and interaction between different Taoism professions.

On this online platform of Sik Sik Yuen Religious Affairs, I expect the Committee can update the latest news, namely Taoist Rituals and Scriptures to the public. People can find our delegations and cultural exchanges with different religious groups here. Looking forward to making this online platform more familiar.

Dr. Lee Yiu-fai, MH
Abbot of Wong Tai Sin Temple

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