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Tua Pek Kong Temple, Sibu

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Tua Peh Kong Temple () (also called Sibu Eng Ann Teng Tua Peh Kong) in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia is the oldest Chinese temple in the town with a 7-storey pagoda with the temple history dates back to 1850s. History The temple history dates back to early 1850s, and later being mentioned in the Kingdom of Sarawak Government's Report of "Sarawak Gazette" in 1871. In 1897, the temple was rebuilt into a typical Chinese Taoist temple architecture designed with tiled roof, stone block floor and all the decorative purlin and fixtures which were imported from China; the statue of Tua Pek Kong deity was specially sculptured and imported from Xiamen. After the building was completed, the list of donors and details of expenditure were recorded in two pieces of stone tablet which are still well preserved in the temple. On 8 March 1
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