Chu Gar Grand Celebrations

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Excerpted from the China Mantis Survey 2002:

…Lao Sui was first buried at Ho Mun Tin

The son of Lao Sui, Lao Chun Hung, (and a student of Lum Wan who was a Quarry Tycoon) gave the money to relocate Lao Sui’s bones to Fu Shan Do.

Yip Sui put “Chow” instead of “Chu” on Lao Sui’s second grave without consent.  In Hakka dialect, Chu and Chow are pronounced the same but written differently.  There is no Chow Gar nor has there ever been Chow Gar, in China.

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