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Pavilion for Literature Deity (Wen Chang)
The Kui Hsing used to be one of the 7 of the north constellation and people used to refer it as the large Kui star or the large Kui. The worship of the Kui star is originated from the worship of Kuisu, which is thought to govern success in career and was later renamed as the Kui Star. Having no idea about the appearance of the Kui Star, the word Kui was later converted in the form of someone with the right foot standing on the head of a turtle and the left one kicking up. With a pen in the hand, the man is to select the names of people having successfully passes the examination for public servants. This is the renowned Kui Hsing selecting the leading examinees.

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