Taiwan Buddhist Monk Turns African Orphan Children into Shaolin Kung Fu Masters

Buddhist Monk Master Hui Li is bringing care and Kung Fu to orphans in Africa. He does it through his organization, Amitofo Care Centre (ACC). ACC takes in African orphans in Africa and teaches them Buddhism, Shaolin Kung Fu, Chinese traditions, and preserves African cultural traditions.

So far, in Africa Master Hui Li has built the largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere. He and ACC continue to build centers to house and care for orphans. Many of the orphans come from families afflicted with AIDS.

The organization has created many young expert Kung Fu practitioners from Africa. They tour and showcase their Kung Fu skills throughout the world. They are known as the African Kung Fu Kids.

Master Hui Li hopes to continue to spread Buddhism throughout Africa. He gets assistance from Buddhist organizations in his home country of Taiwan.

Buddhist Monk Master Hui Li is bringing care and Kung Fu to orphans in Africa. (ChinaDaily)

Buddhist Monk Master Hui Li is bringing care and Kung Fu to orphans in Africa. (ChinaDaily)

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