Shui Tau Tsuen
Shui Tau Tsuen (simplified Chinese: 水头村; traditional Chinese: 水頭村) is a village in Kam Tin area, Yuen Long District, New Territories, Hong Kong. The 17th century village is located 15 minutes' walk north of Kam Tin Road.
The Chou Wong Yi Kung Study Hall is a Grade III historic building. It was erected in 1685 by the Tang Clan, in honour of Chou Yu-te and Wang Lai-jen, two imperial officials whose pleading with the Emperor ended the coastal evacuation, and enabled the inhabitants to return to their homes in 1669.
- Lee, Ho Yin; DiStefano, Lynne Delehanty (2002). A Tale of Two Villages: The Story of Changing Village Life in the New Territories. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-592859-4.
- The incredible journey of Yuen Long - Yi Tai Study Hall
- Antiquities and Monuments Office - Yi Tai Study Hall
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