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DEITY JOSS PAPER

Traditional paper offerings for Deity

THIAN HUAT SIANG

CANDLES

Traditional Chinese and

ceremonial candles

JOSS STICKS

A wide variety of joss sticks

in all shapes and sizes

DEITY JOSS PAPER

Traditional paper offerings for Deity

ANCESTOR

JOSS PAPER

Traditional hell bank notes and

contemporary currencies

PAPER MODELS

Houses/Food/Clothes/Cars

OTHERS

Chinese religious products

TU DI GONG

During the Chou dynasty, a government official, Fu-Der Chang, born on the 2nd Day of the 2nd lunar month, was in charge of taxes. During his term, he helped and earned the respect of many people. After his death at age 102, the replacement officer increased taxes, and many became poor. One poor peasant decided to build a stone house to worship Fu-Der Chang. Over the years, many people contributed money to build a proper temple for Fu-Der Chang, and venerated him a new name 福德正神, or 土地公 as we know today. Till this day, many still pray to him on the 2nd and the 16th of each lunar month, as well as his birthday for wealth and well being.

TUA PEK GONG

Tua Pek Kong is one of the pantheon around the coastal areas of Singapore and Malaysia. According to folk religions, Tua Pek Gong, is an emblem of the early Chinese community, the protector of oversea Chinese, and the seas. Being the spiritual anchor, who is revered and respected, many early immigrants pray to him for safety, good harvest and wealth - Tou Ya, or the day Tua Pek Gong starts work, falls on the 2nd day of the 2nd lunar month. Today, many people continue the practice of preparing sumptuous offerings on “TouYa”, hoping Tua Pek Kong will answer all their prayers - wealth, children, longevity and career.