Cheung Chau Bun Festival, a festival emerging within the rural communities of fishermen in Hong Kong during the 18th century, is now a celebrated annual national festival, occurring on the fourth lunar month from the fifth day to the ninth day. Fishers believed that Lord Pak Tai warded off the evil spirits of the plague that devastated the Cheung Can Island. The present venue of the festival is the very Cheung Can Island, with the official bun partner Kwok Kam Kee, delivering 60,000 buns for the event.
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