The Hong Kong Temple Map project came to an end in 2016 and the website associated with it was subsequently taken down. It was an ambitious project that aimed to map out the abundant temples of Hong Kong and other cultural landmarks. Originally intended for print, the project succeeded in gathering an unrivalled set of data regarding GPS coordinates and locations of hundreds of sites across Hong Kong’s territories. Tom was the map editor and spent several months on the ground in Hong Kong collecting data and writing posts for the Temple Map website.
Over the coming months, the articles that were on the website will be republished on The Temple Trail. A digital version of the map is also in the works.
Posts by Tom for the Hong Kong Temple Map website:
- The Riddle of Hong Kong’s Smallest Temple
- Taoist Temples and the Dead
- Tai Ping Shan Street
- Six Chinese Temples in Hong Kong that Illustrate Ethnic Diversity
- Two Hong Kong Heritage Trails that Transport you to the Past
- Shelley Street’s Hidden Treasure: Jamia Mosque
- The Rise of Wong Tai Sin
- Six Vibrant Centres of Worship in Hong Kong
- Islamic Settlers in Hong Kong
- 10 Essential Chinese Gods in Hong Kong
- A History of the Jews in Hong Kong
- Guidelines for Visiting a CTC Temple
- Zoroastrian Prayer Hall Hong Kong
- A Uniquely Hong Kong Monastery: Ling To Tsz
- Stanley Mosque: Indian Enforcers to Grade 1 Status
- Who is Tin Hau?
- The Temple That Feeds: Khalsa Diwan Sikh Temple
- The Guardians of Aberdeen
- Five Mosques in Hong Kong
- Hung Shing in Hong Kong
- Happy Valley Hindu Temple