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"Yes, there's a tooth of the Buddha somewhere in the West (India),” Nezha (哪吒) said in reply to Abbot Xuanlu (宣律), who asked him to look for a holy relic and bring it back to China.
2009/1/5
Nezha (哪吒) is made popular in the West by a DVD anime, “Nezha Conquers the Dragon King,” which has won an international award. He is a deity, popularly known as San Taizi (三太子) or Third Prince, because he was born the third son of General Li Jing (李靖), according to Taoist mythology.
2008/12/29
A grateful Moginlin thanked Yama, the king of the Hades, again and again for absolving him of intrusion and trespassing into Hell out of filial piety and presenting him with a plate full of lotus leaves, which, when ingested, would get her out of the Sea of Duhkha (suffering).
2008/12/22
It dawned. And Moginlin found himself awakened not in the small thatched house where he had cried himself to sleep but in a huge deserted graveyard.
2008/12/15
A few days after he had started his life as a starving hobo, Moginlin came to a small forest. He was tired, needing rest.
2008/12/8
Moginlin was the name of the pious Buddhist widow. She was not just helpless after her husband’s death but irrecoverably irascible.
2008/12/1
Another legend has it that Moginlin, who might be Moggalana — which sounds more like Mulian (目蓮) —was one of the two famous disciples of Gautama Siddhartha, the other being Sariputta.
2008/11/24
One most popular legend in China is that of Moginlin, a disciple of the Buddha who went to Hell to rescue his own mother.
2008/11/17
Tamsui has Taiwan’s first Black-Faced Sect Founder statue. Most of Han Chinese immigrants in the once best seaport in north Taiwan came from Quanzhou, mostly from Jinjiang (晉江) and Anxi (安溪).
2008/11/10
According to still another story about the life of Black-Faced Sect Founder, he was orphaned when he was still a toddler. It was his elder brother who took care of him.
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