The interiors are in absolute contrast to the ordinary facade&ndashcolourful murals of Fuk, Luk and Sau (the three Chinese gods of blessing, longevity, and prosperity, respectively) grace the walls of the inner shrine. Everything inside is painted in different shades of red (considered a bright colour), be it the chairs, doors, or even the altar. Traditional Chinese lanterns hang above, and intricately carved figurines paying homage to Guan Gong (the Chinese god of justice and courage) are placed in front. Some cupboards store traditional objects like joss sticks, paper money, and Jiaobei or moon blocks. The fragrance from the incense and candles envelops the whole room and roots you at the moment.