Tsing Yi Lutheran Village

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Tsing Yi Lutheran Village

Tsing Yi Lutheran Village (Chinese :信義新村) is a village on Tsing Yi Island. It locates near Chung Mei Village.


There are several temples that was moved together with former resident in Tsing Yi Town.

Coordinates: 22°21′12″N114°06′11″E / 22.35333°N 114.10306°E / 22.35333; 114.10306

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