•  8th February, 2017

    The legends and spirit of Buddhism thrive on high

    The legend behind the site dates back to the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907), when a Japanese monk, Hui’e, studying Buddhism in China was attracted to a statute of the bodhisattva Guanyin (Avalokitesvara), the goddess of mercy, compassion, kindness and love, at the Fahua Temple on Wutai Mountain in inland Shanxi Province. He finally secured the abbot’s permission to transport the statue back to Japan to
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  •  28th August, 2015

    Intro

    Mt. Emei, entitled “Samantabhadra Bodhimanda (way-place)”, is one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China. Many large-scale Buddhist ceremonies and dharma assemblies are held here every year.
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  •  29th August, 2017

    One of the Few Domestic Shihfang in Ming Dynasty was Surprised to be Found in Mount Emei

    Mount Emei is located on the southwest edge of Sichuan Basin, a famous tourist destination, a national key scenic spot and a world natural and cultural heritage site. Recently, one of the few domestic Shihfang in Ming dynasty can be seen in the Millennium ancient temple ruins of Lingyan temple which is located in the back of Mount Emei.
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