"I was listening to "Tale of a Haunted Banker" as I sat on this temple's cold, grey stone floor. Unbeknownst to me, I was actually sitting on a floor full of ashes that drizzled from the incense above. The round copper plates were hung below the yellow coiled incense to capture its ashes. Each small yellow lantern below had a strip of red paper with written prayers by visitors in hope of a wish come true. Built in 1847, the Man Mo Temple is a picturesque tribute to the god of literature ("Man") and the god of war ("Mo") - the two were worshipped by scholars and students seeking progress in their studies, or ranking in civil examinations during the Ming and Qing dynasties of China."
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