Kung Hei Fat Choi at Chu Un Temple

Thursday, February 19, 2015

No, I think this should be titled as "Hey, Y Fat Choi?". Haha. Mind you, this is half meant. I have never been this chubby before and while scanning our pictures, I can't blame myself comparing of how much weight I got. 

Kidding aside, these pictures were taken last Feb 18 at Fo Guang Shan Chu Un Temple to welcome  the Chinese New Year.  I don't know what's with me these days that I keep on posting about temples.

Anyways, here are some pictures I got. Not much  decent as it could be, forgive me my loves, but I hope it would give you an idea what's inside the Chu Un Temple.

Chu Un Temple is even open to non-Chinese to welcome the New Year, so I went with my ever laagan cousin Christine and classmate Almera.

I was not able to fully cover the event, but here are some activities to enjoy:
  • Photo Exhibit
  • Live Variety Show
  • Food Stalls
  • Chinese Calligraphy
  • Chinese Lanterns (my fave)
  • Wishing & Wisdom Tree 
  • Fireworks

There was this display of  photo exhibit taken by a  Cebuano photographer 
which simply interests and amazed me

 Following the Chinese zodiac, 2015 is the Year of the Sheep. The Year of the Sheep starts from Feb. 19, 2015 (the Lunar New Year / Spring Festival of China) and lasts to Feb. 7, 2016.

And to end this short post, let me share to you this message to ponder:
"Peace and harmony for ourselves, harmony to oneself, harmony to others, harmony to family, harmony to society and harmony to the world," said Master Yo Lin of the Chu Un Temple.

Contact Number: 
(032) 253 8144
Visiting Hours:
 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
For more info:
Vicente Rama Ave, Cebu City 6000

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