Tung Lung Chau Rock Carving, Tung Lung Chau, Hong Kong 東龍洲石刻
At the northern coast of Tung Lung Chau. It was recorded in the Jiaqing edition of Xin'an Gazetteer during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911): "A dragon impression on rock is found at Fo Tang Men; the form of a dragon was carved on the rock's vertical surface". This carving, measuring 180cm x 240 cm, ranks as the largest rock carving known in Hong Kong.
The design, which believed to symbolize a dragon, consists of complicated and tortuous lines.