Pictures

130th Anniversary Ceremony/Parade

LSHT celebrated its 130th anniversary parade on April 27, 2019 with a parade through Chinatown

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Jan 1st Installation

January 1st marks the day that the new LSHT officers and directors are installed at the clubhouse.

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130th Anniversary Banquet

LSHT celebrated its 130th anniversary banquet and Tin Hau birthday on April 28, 2019 at Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant.

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Chinese New Year

The Chinese celebrate the new year according to the lunar calendar.  It is a time of celebration and coming to the temple to pray for prosperity in the new year.

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Tin Hau Dahn

We celebrate the birthday of our patron saint, Tin Hau, which occurs on the 23rd day of the 3rd month of the lunar calendar.

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Ching Ming

Each year in April, it is a Chinese tradition to pay respect to their ancestors.  LSHT members gather at Manoa Chinese Cemetery to pay respect at the gravesite of the first Lum in Hawaii.

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Siu Yee

A Hungry Ghost Festival is held each year to appease the restless spirits that wander the earth during the 7th month of the lunar calendar.  Rituals include ghost feeding and the burning of faux money.

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Temple Deities

Take a closer look at all the different gods and goddesses that are enshrined in the Tin Hau Temple in Hawaii

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 Opening Hours: Sunday - Saturday: 8:30am & 2pm

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