Big Buddha of Baguashan

  Overlooking the City of Changhua 彰化巿, is the Big Buddha 彰化大佛 of Bagua Mountain 八卦山. The Great Buddha sits 72 feet tall on a lotus flower made of ferroconcrete. Internet searches for images of the Big Buddha turn up mainly daytime photographs, where the shadows created by the sun make Buddha's eyes seem closed in meditation. However, the... Continue Reading →

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Taipei Confucius Temple

The first generation of the Taipei Confucius Temple also known as 臺北孔子廟, was originally constructed in 1879. From what I can gather from some searching on the Internet, it was originally located where the current Taipei First Girls High School is now located. The original temple was torn down during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan in... Continue Reading →

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