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Fo Guang Shan Chung Tian Temple

1034 Underwood Rd, Priestdale QLD 4127, Australia

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Fo Guang Shan Chung Tian Temple is located in the southern suburbs Brisbane the capital of Queensland, about 20 kilometers from downtown Brisbane and about 60 kilometers from Gold Coast second largest city in Queensland.

Foguangshan Temple is a famous Mahayana Buddhism temple and tourist attraction in Dashu District, TW area, located in Dashu District, Kaohsiung City, China, founded by Master Nebula in 1967. The Master Nebula created the International Buddhism Organization (Buddha's Light International Association,BLIA) in 1992. It set up the four main purposes of "educating and cultivating talents, promoting Buddhism by culture, promoting charity and welfare society, and purifying people by practicing together ". It is committed to promoting Buddhism education, culture, charity and Dharma promotion. Up to now, nearly 200 Taoist centers have been established around the world, as well as many art galleries, libraries, publishing houses, books bureaus, hospitals and Buddhist institutes.

Fo Guang Shan Chung Tian Temple covers an area of about 32 hectares, surrounded by trees towering, like the solemn world of pure land, and Zhongtian Temple in Kunzhou, there is a wonderful unique cause. Year Nineteen Eighty-nine 11 month, Master Cizhuang, Cirong and Yongquan, disciples of the Kaishan Nebula in Foguang Mountain, flew to Sydney to inspect the preparation of the South Temple of Foguang Mountain (Fo Guang Shan Nan Tien Temple) in Wolong Kong (Wollongong). Mr. and Mrs. Chen Chunlong, who were far from Brisbane, invited the Master to build a Taoist center in Brisbane.

On April 21,1990, the Master again visited Brisbane, named "Zhongtian Temple" for the new Taoist center, hoping that the establishment of Zhongtian Temple would localize the Buddhism of Australia, promote cultural exchanges between China and Australia enhance the status of Chinese in local society.

At the same time, on October 10,1991, the first phase of the Zhongtian Temple 30,1993, it opened a new page in the history of human Buddhism in Australia. Fo Guang Shan Chung Tian Temple has been working for 21 years since its inauguration as Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts and Master of Arts, Master of Arts and Master of Arts, and Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Arts and Master of Education, Master of Arts, Master of Buddhist Studies and Reading Club of Guangdong, etc.

Cultural events such as the celebration of the Buddha's Birthday and the Chinese New Year are held every year to receive religious and cultural visits from more than 200 tens of thousands of school students to promote promote the integration of religion and harmony among ethnic groups, to teach Buddhism in Australian schools, to give lectures on Buddhism in secondary schools, to teach meditation at Queensland universities, and to spread the seeds of Zhengxin Buddhism across Queensland, Australia. They also participate in the government 、 Police Department of Queensland and Brisbane and the multi-religious prayer service of various universities to promote the exchange of diverse religions and to carry out the work Buddhism promoting human law.


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Australia - Queensland
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Attraction - Religion
Alias:
春田寺
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