Founder Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua

The Venerable Master founded the Reaching the Other Shore (Deng Bi An) Dharma Realm Guan Yin Monastery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 1993.

1993: 成立馬來西亞吉隆坡觀音堂(登彼岸)。

1978: From July 30 to September 27, he led the first Asian Delegation of Dharma Realm Buddhist Association and Dharma Realm Buddhist University, in response to invitations from Buddhists in Southeast Asia, on a tour of Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Hong Kong to propagate the Dharma. During a twelve-day nationwide tour of Malaysia, over 6000 people took refuge with the Triple Jewel, an unprecedented number in Malaysian Dharma propagation.

1981: From November 29 to December 29 he led the Second Asian Delegation of Dharma Realm Buddhist Association and Dharma Realm Buddhist University on a tour of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia to propagate the Dharma.

1988: In December he led the Third International Propagation Delegation of Dharma Realm Buddhist Association and Dharma Realm Buddhist University to Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong at the invitation of major Buddhist monasteries. He conducted a Dharma Assembly for Protecting the Nation and Quelling Disasters and other Dharma propagation activities.

1992: From February 7 to April 3 he sent the Fifth Asian Delegation of Dharma Realm Buddhist Association and Dharma Realm Buddhist University to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia to propagate the Dharma at the invitation of the Buddhists in those countries. The Delegation hosted a three-week-long Jewelled Repentance Before the Ten Thousand Buddhas in Malaysia.

Venerable Master Hsuan Hua's Eighteen Great Vows

Venerable Master Hsuan Hua's Principles

Venerable Master Hsuan Hua's Precious Teachings

Venerable Master Hsuan Hua's Commentaries

Venerable Master Hsuan Hua's Dharma Talks

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*Photographs of the Venerable Master on this page were taken during the Master's last visit to Malaysia in 1988...

Statue of Venerable Master Hsuan Hua (上宣下化老和上塑像)...

 

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