Citizens climb the mountain to worship their ancestors during the Ninth Double Festival

Citizens climb in hot weather.

Today (4th) is the Ninth Double Festival. Many filial sons and grandsons took advantage of the holiday to climb the mountain to pay homage to their ancestors. Under the ban on gatherings of 4 people, there are many citizens Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery It started to warm the mountain this morning It takes about half an hour to walk to the MTR station As for Chai Wan Chinese Permanent Cemetery, hundreds of people are still waiting for the bus at Chai Wan Station bus terminus. In addition to the fact that the ban on gatherings has not been lifted, the mask order has not been lifted so far In very hot weather, it is very difficult for citizens to hike and climb mountains.

East.com reporters met at the Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery this morning. Many citizens were walking up the mountain with offerings and umbrellas in twos and threes under a blazing sun, and there was no crowd. During the climb, Mrs. Tang, a citizen, was suspected of being too hot and felt dizzy and unwell for a while. She needed the support of the Auxiliary Medical Team, she took a break and waited for her physical condition to improve before continuing. to walk to the tent of ashes to worship the mountain.

Mr Guan and his wife, a citizen, started from Tiu Keng Ling Station, they were sweating on the way, and Mrs Guan said frankly that the weather was hot today. Mr Guan echoed that the mask order has not been removed, and “wearing a mask (walking on the mountain) will cost you two dollars to die.” Half, “so expensive and sharp”!

巿民在熱日下紛紛撐傘。

巿民在熱日下紛紛撐傘。

Citizens hold umbrellas under the hot sun.

柴灣站市市總站有數以百計的市师輪候市市上山拜祭。(余宏基攝)

柴灣站市市總站有數以百計的市师輪候市市上山拜祭。(余宏基攝)

Hundreds of people are waiting for the bus to go up the mountain to worship at Chai Wan Station Bus Terminal. (Photo by Yu Hongji)

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