Taiwan

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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Taste of Taiwan II: Timelapse With Love

Photographers Henrik Matzen and Jonas Hoholt have released the hyper-lapse film A Taste of Taiwan II, and it’s even more vibrant than the first. Their love of Taiwan — the heart…

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Taiwan’s Iconic Yushan Weather Station

The Yushan weather station on Mount Yu, the highest mountain in Taiwan, stands at 12,630 feet above sea level. The Japanese constructed the station on the north peak 76 years…

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Echo of Things Chinese

An amiable and outgoing character, Yongsong Huang’s youthful appearance belies his age of over 70 years. Huang himself is not only the founder, but also the chief planner and art…