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By by Guo Xiaoting (Author), John Robert Shaw (Translator), Victoria Cass Ph.D. (Introduction)

Keep on with the intense and hilarious adventures of a mad Zen Buddhist monk who rose from humble beginnings to develop into one in all China's maximum folks heroes!

Ji Gong studied on the nice Ling Yin monastery, an important temple that also levels up the steep hills above Hangzhou, close to Shanghai. The Chan (Zen) Buddhist masters of the temple attempted to teach Ji Gong within the spartan practices in their sect, however the younger monk, following within the footsteps of alternative nice ne'er-do-wells, unique himself more often than not by way of getting expelled. He left the monastery, grew to become a wanderer with not often a formal piece of garments to put on, and completed nice renown—in seedy wine outlets and consuming establishments!

This might have been the place Ji Gong's tale ended. yet his unorthodox kind of Buddhism quickly made him a hero for well known storytellers of the music dynasty period. Audiences overjoyed in stories the place the mad previous monk ignored—or even mocked—authority, defied good judgment, by no means ignored the wine, but nonetheless controlled to save lots of the day. Ji Gong is still renowned in China even at the present time, the place he on a regular basis appears to be like because the clever outdated drunken idiot in videos and television exhibits. In Adventures of the Mad Monk Ji Gong, you will learn how he has a rogue's knack for exposing the corrupt and legal whereas nonetheless pursuing the dual delights of enlightenment and intoxication. This literary vintage of a touring martial arts grasp, battling evil and righting wrongs, will entertain Western readers of every age!

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Simply wrap him loosely in a robe. ” As soon as Li Yuanwai heard this reasonable suggestion, he went quickly and carried the child out. The boy, who was born with an attractive face, clear-cut features, and a pleasant personality, was still crying without stopping. As soon as Abbot Gong came over and looked at him, his crying mouth stretched into a smile. The old monk stroked the top of the child’s head with his hand and said, “Do not smile. Do not smile. I know your past history, you coming and I going.

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