Ancient China: Xuanzang, a Buddhist T...

Ancient China: Xuanzang, a Buddhist Traveler

There are 2 comments on the Daily Kos story from Nov 10, 2013, titled Ancient China: Xuanzang, a Buddhist Traveler. In it, Daily Kos reports that:

During the seventh century CE, Xuanzang was the Chinese Buddhist monk whose travels helped to open the interaction between China and India during the Tang Dynasty.

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Shenzhen, China

#1 Nov 10, 2013
Journey to the West.

Westbury, NY

#2 Nov 11, 2013
He was a truly dedicated Buddhist who translated many texts into Chinese. I practice Bhaisajya guru sutra as translated by him!

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