This one (yes, the #7) is pretty good.
You have placed your subject on the extreme right giving her enough space to look deep into the altar inside, and her clasped hands draw all the attention. In fact I would say her hands are the centrepiece of your photo here.
... By the way, you are lucky to have captured this shot. They specifically, usually, don't allow photography inside the Guan Yin Temple. Haha...
Personally, I like No. 8. I like photos that tell something. I like the fan and the raised heels and shoes as well as the motion..can't explain why also but it caught my attention. Luckily you didn't crop the shoes away by chance or anything
And I think this is on the 2nd floor across rite? Its a dying trade, maybe our children will not get to see this anymore when they grow up.