On the second day of every Lunar New Year, the Hong Kong government represents Hong Kong to draw a fortune stick that foretells the fate of the city in the year at the Che Kung Temple. Ridiculous as the event is, the fortune stick has a very good record of foretelling the future accurately. Therefore, the annual drawing is an extremely big political event in Hong Kong. The fortune stick of 2013 is regarded as one of the worst fortune sticks ever since 1997. Strangely, on the morning right before the drawing, one of the guarding stone lions of the Che Kung Temple was vandalised by red paint. According to a Fung Shui master, the act is to destroy the power of the temple.
No. 95 Bad Stick
“Setting off on a journey with a four-horse carriage
Now return to a hut barefoot.
Could it be that a candidate who fails the imperial exam returns to his home village?
It also looks like he lost his capital in business.
Beware of shady figures. Everything is not going well.
Your home is quite rich. You have to prepare for the worst if you ask about health. You will be very sad. It is useless to do anything. Your marriage will break up. If you look for money, you will lose your capital. Good luck follows by bad luck. The lost is extremely serious. Having disputes but refuses to listen to opinions.
Career: Not doing well
Finance: Will lose money
Home: Many gossips
Health: Beware of disaster that sees blood
Marriage: Will probably separate
Self: Hard time
Coincidentally, in 1999, Leung Chun-ying wanted to rename the Government House, where he lives now, as “紫廬“, purple hut literally. Leung’s suggestion stirred up controversies and later he backed down.