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The Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda Frosted Glass Coffee Mug

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Style: Frosted Glass Mug

Our frosted glass mug is our most versatile option. The 10-ounce mug is a perfect choice for tea, coffee, and cocoa as well as grogs, toddies, and mulled wines. The 16-ounce mug is styled as a beer stein and is ideal for a cold pint of brew. Whatever your size or style, your beverage will shine through with a frosted glass mug, making the perfect gift!

  • Available in 10-ounce or 16-ounce
  • Dimensions:
    • 10-ounce: 3.2” diameter x 3.8” h
    • 16-ounce: 3.4” diameter x 4.5" h
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Sturdy construction from frosted glass
  • White areas of your design will not print – they will be transparent, revealing the beverage inside
  • Meets or exceeds FDA requirements for food and beverage safety
  • Design printed on demand in San Jose, California
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The Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda Frosted Glass Coffee Mug
The Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda is the only surviving ancient pagoda in Hong Kong. It is an important monument of the Ping Shan Heritage Trail as well as a declared monument. Tsui Sing Lau was, according to the Tang clan, originally located at a mouth of Deep Bay. It was built by the seventh-generation ancestor, Tang Yin-tung, to avoid evil spirits from the north, prevent floods and help the Tangs win a title in the imperial examination. Numerous Tangs have been granted titles. It was declared a monument on 14 December, 2001. According to Tang legend, in 1382, Tang Yin-tung dreamt that a group of stars all gathered together and dropped onto the place where the pagoda now stands. Tang was reminded of the words of a Fung Shui master who had complimented the good fung shui of Ping Shan, but who also gave two comments on its geographical weaknesses. The Tangs had not fully comprehended the second comment, so Tang Yin-tung immediately consulted a Fung Shui master. The master advised him to build a Buddhist pagoda on that spot in order to gather the 'scholarship' for the clan, hence the name. After the building of the pagoda, the Tang clan produced numerous scholars and officials in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Built on a low foundation, the hexagonal pagoda is believed to have an initial total of 7 floors, but this was reduced to 3 due to erosion. It is made of mud bricks and granite. Fui Shing is worshipped on the top floor, where the words Over the Milky Way was inscribed. Fui Shing was a god who determined which scholars were to pass examinations and receive titles. The words The Pagoda of Gathering Stars and Light Shines Straight Onto the Dippers and the Enclosures were inscribed on the second and ground floors respectively. You may also like: Want to know more about us? Get connect with us: Also feel free to shop around our stores: Thanks for taking an interest on our products and we wish you all the best!
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