上香區:移至第二參神平台 (十二生肖銅像)
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【Free Access Arrangement of Taisui Yuanchen Hall for People who Commit Taisui】

From 21 April to 29 May, all worshippers whose Chinese Zodiac are Tiger, Monkey, Snake, and Pig can enter the "Tai Sui Yuanchen Hall" for free and pray to the Taisui by presenting their identification documents when entering the temple.

Opening Hours of Taisui Yuanchen Hall:
Daily 8:00am - 4:30pm

*All visitors must comply with the relevant requirements under the “vaccine pass” and will be required to use the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application.

Social Services

Caring for the Elderly

According to the research of Census and Statistics Department, Wong Tai Sin District has the highest number of elderly people and the median age. In order to reduce the pressure of medical and elderly service in the community, Sik Sik Yuen co-organized the Care and Love Project with Wong Tai Sin and Sai Kung District Social Welfare Office, to provide the education and prevention activities to younger elders. The participants will become “health ambassador” to visit and provide support to those elders in need in the community. 


The first volunteer training was held in Our Lady of Maryknoll Hospital on 18 November 2018. Over 90 volunteers from different service units of Sik Sik Yuen took part in this training. The volunteers would become the “Health Ambassador” to promote the health message to the elders in the community.



In continuation of the medical-social collaboration model, arrangements have been made to train health ambassadors and arrange visits for the “Sik Sik Yuen Care and Love” project. This project aims to help younger elders gain more knowledge about physical and mental health and to support frail elders in need. Elders who are volunteers just need to attend the training seminars and conduct visits to collect the self-care and health status of elders. Booths and health information street stalls to promote health testing will also be arranged. 1,500 health packs will be distributed in the whole district to promote health information and quilts are provided to the units of the district during winter every year to keep elders warm.