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Hundreds cheer abbot's efforts to return Buddha head
Abbot Hsing Yun's recent visit to Beijing is probably among his most significant cross-Straits trips. On March 1, the abbot, 89, who established the Fo Guang Shan Temple in Kaohsiung city in 1967, escorted a 1,500-year-old Buddha head to the National ...
Stolen Buddha Head Displayed at Museum of China in Beijing
=The Buddha head, which was previously listed as stolen, was returned to mainland China by Taiwanese Buddhist Master Hsing Yun of Taiwan, who is the abbot of Go Guang Shan Temple in the city of Kaoshiung.
Stolen Buddha Head Returned Home
However, in 2014, a Taiwanese businessman, who wishes to remain anonymous, reportedly donated a Buddha head to the founder of the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist in Taiwan. In turn, Abbot Hsing Yun asked aid from authorities in mainland cultural heritage to ...
Ancient Buddha sculpture head to return to mainland after 20 years
(ECNS) -- The head of an ancient Buddhist sculpture stolen in 1996 from Youju Temple in North China's Hebei Province will return to the mainland with the help of Master Hsing Yun, the founding abbot of Fo Guang Shan Temple. The National Museum in ...
Returning ceremony of ancient Buddhist sculpture held in Kaohsiung
It was originally worshipped in Youju Temple in Lingshou County, Hebei, where the Buddha's head was stolen in 1996. The 80 kg head was presented to Master Hsing Yun, founding abbot of Fo Guang Shan Temple in Kaohsiung, by a private collector last ...

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