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  1. Little is known of Han Shan, not even his given name. While his poetry is well known and widely available, his life is shrouded in mystery. The poet was a Zen Buddhist recluse who lived in the Tientai (T'ien-t'ai) Mountains of Danxing (Tang-hsing), China, during the Tang dynasty (–); his name 寒山子 Hanshanzi [Kanzan shi] means, literally, "The Master of Cold Mountain.".
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  3. Apr 03,  · The northern Chinese mountain range of Mount Wutai has been a preeminent site of international pilgrimage for over a millennium. Home to more than one hundred temples, the entire range is considered a Buddhist paradise on earth, and has received visitors ranging from emperors to monastic and lay neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo: Wen-shing Chou.
  4. In , in a dedicatory prayer to Mount Heng (Hengshan), the Northern Sacred Peak, Emperor Taizong (r. –49) wrote: The dignified peak of the sacred mountain [lingshan] that extends across the northern wilderness marks the most extraordinary [landscape].Beasts roar and dragons ascend where wind and rain breathe; the rainbow is its dress, and cranes are its canopies [at the place] where.
  5. Mount Wutai (Chinese: 五台山; pinyin: Wǔtái Shān; literally "Five Plateau Mountain"), also known as Wutai Mountain or Qingliang Shan, is located in northeastern Shanxi province, China. The mountain is home to many of China's most important monasteries and temples.
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  7. sitions were eventually compiled into an album en-titled the Qingliang Collection. However, at the time most people had limited access to Buddhist music, and this stifled the music’s popularity. In recent years, as use of hymns and fanbei be-came more widespread, there has been an upsurge in the popularity of Buddhist music. When contrast-.
  8. Mount Wutai, mountain in northeastern Shanxi province, northern China. It is actually a cluster of flat-topped peaks, from which it takes its name, wutai meaning “five terraces”; the highest peak is 10, feet (3, metres) above sea level. It is also the name of a mountain chain, a massif with a.
  9. Earlier this year, a group of Chinese monks from the mainland and Taiwan returned to Beijing, upon the conclusion of a six city world tour, in which they performed to packed houses and generated some of the most enthusiastic press reviews since the medieval "Chant" phenomenon swept Europe and America.4/5(2).

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