Xuanzang Temple, located in Nantou County, Taiwan, was established in 1965 to honor the Buddhist monk, Xuanzang who traveled to India to bring scriptures back to China. (Image: Bernard Gagnon via wikimedia  CC BY-SA 3.0)

Visiting the Xuanzang Buddhist Temple

Xuanzang Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Nantou County, Taiwan. It was established in 1965 by the local government to honor the famous monk Xuanzang, who is renowned for his 17-year journey to India during the 7th century.

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Visiting the Xuanzang Buddhist Temple

Xuanzang Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Nantou County, Taiwan. It was established in 1965 by the local government to honor the famous monk Xuanzang, who is renowned for…

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The True Nature of Taiwanese People

One often hears that Taiwan’s most beautiful scenery is the people. Many tourists visit Taiwan and say that Taiwanese people are very kind and warm. Recently, the Facebook fan page…

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Qingshui Geothermal Park in Taiwan

Located at an upstream valley of the Qingshui River at Datong Township in northern Taiwan’s Yilan County (宜蘭縣), Qingshui Geothermal Park (清水地熱公園) is a popular destination for fun and enjoyment.…

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The 2019 Taipei Lantern Festival

With the theme of “Twinkle Taipei, Lights up the Dream and the Heart” (台北亮晶晶 點亮夢想 點亮心), the 2019 Taipei Lantern Festival kicked off on February 16, and ran until Feb.…

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A Magnificent Art Museum in Taiwan

Nestled in an alley in a residential area of New Taipei City’s Younghe District in northern Taiwan is the Yang San Lang Art Museum (楊三郎美術館). Known as one of the best…