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Pictorial Biography of the Venerable Master Hsu Yun

Pictorial Biography of the Venerable Master Hsu Yun
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Product ID : EnglishBiographies1
Weight: 5.00 lbs

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The Eighth Patriarch of the Wei Yang lineage, De Qing Hsu Yun of Jen Ru Monastery is honored in these books. Two Volumes - Hardcover. Bilingual Chinese and English.

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