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Rock Carving on Tung Lung Chau (Tung Lung Chau, Sai Kung)

This is the earliest recorded in-situ rock carving in the territory. There was an entry in the 1819 Xinan Gazetteer, compiled by Wang Chong Xi, stating that the impression depicts the image of a dragon. It is also the largest carving ever found in Hong Kong, measuring 1.8m by 2.4m.

Rock Carving on Tung Lung Chau


Tung Lung Chau, Sai Kung (Plan)


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