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Chinese Gods: Shui Wei Sheng Niang
Shui Wei Sheng Niang (Chinese: 水尾圣娘; pinyin: Shuǐ wěi shèng niáng; Thai: Chaomae Thongkham, Chaomae Thapthim) is a Hainan goddess that is worshiped by the Hainanese around the world, especially they who lives on the waterfront area. She is often worshipped with Mazu and 108 Xiongdi Gong. Her cult was spread along with Hainanese diaspora in the end of Qing dynasty. Her birthday is celebrated on 15th day of the 10th month of the lunar calendar.
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