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Sheung Shui Wai (上水圍), also known as Sheung Shui Heung (上水鄉) is an area in Sheung Shui, in the northern part of the New Territories of Hong Kong. Its population is around 6,000 people.


Sheung Shui Heung consists of the following villages:
  • Wai Loi Tsuen (圍內村)
  • Man Kok Village (文閣村)
  • Ha Pak Tsuen (下北村)
  • Sheung Pak Tsuen (上北村)
  • Chung Sum Tsuen (中心村)
  • Tai Yuen Tsuen (大元村)
  • Hing Yan Tsuen (興仁村)
  • Po Sheung Tsuen (莆上村)
  • Mun Hau Tsuen (門口村)


The area is the core of the Liu (廖) clan, of which ancestors came originally from Fujian during the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368). It is widely believed that the Liu clan began to settle in this part of the New Territories at the end of the 16th century.

Wai Loi Tsuen is the area's original settlement,


Wai Loi Tsuen

Wai Loi Tsuen is a walled village. It is the area's original settlement,<ref...
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