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Ten years after its inauguration, Chung Tai Chan Monastery, under the guidance of Grand Master Wei Chueh and his compassionate vows, have shown fruitful results with the Five Modern Approaches of Propagating Buddhism. Esteemed guests from all over the world visited the monastery, affirming the important role the monastery plays in its devotion to religion, culture, art, education, and public services. The monastery’s focus on Chan practice and purification of the mind brings hope, brightness and prosperity to all mankind.

 

▲In March 2010, April 2011, and February 2012, President Ma Ying-jeou (front row, seventh from left) paid visits to the monastery and prayed for blessings to the people of Taiwan.
▲In 2001’s “World Religious and Cultural Symposium” delegates from fifteen countries, including China, USA, and Japan, communicated with each other on “The Prospect of Religious Culture in the New Century.”
▲The “Forum for Cross-Strait Art and Culture” invited many artists and scholars from cross-Strait to explore the “Prospects of Buddhist Arts in the New Century.” Renowned artists performed on-site afterwards.
▲In 2007, two sessions of “Cross-Strait Buddhist Culture Forum” was held, presided by Grand Master Wei-Chueh. Ven. Masters I-Cheng, Xue Cheng, Jamyang Tubu Dan, and Ye Xiaowen (Director of the State Administration for Religious Affairs), C. Y. Lee (architect of Chung Tai Chan Monastery) and scholars and specialists from cross-Strait Buddhist Communities attended.
▲In 2009, the curators of eight major museums of Taiwan and China, and specialists on historical relics and arts, held discussions on “The Prospect of Exchanges between cross-Strait Museums.”
▲January 2004: Thai Deputy Sangharaja, Somdej Pra Yanvarodom (front row, fifth from left), with Theravada masters paid a visit.
▲December 2009: the “Cross-Strait Peace Praying Ceremony,” was held. The Grand Master joined with Chen Yunlin (sixth from left), President of ARATS (Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits) from China, and Chiang Pin-kung (fourth from right), Chairman of Straits Exchange Foundation from Taiwan, prayed for peace for Taiwan and China.
▲In September 2010, Cai Wu, Minister of Culture of the People’s Republic of China paid a visit and toured the Chung Tai Museum.
▲In September 2010, Wang Zuoan, Director-General of the National Administration for Religious Affairs of PRC made a visit.
▲July 2011: Dave Cortese (fifth from left), President of Board of Supervisors, Santa Clara County, California, paid a visit. He is a frequent visitor of our Zen Center of Sunnyvale, CA.