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Records of the Life of the Venerable Master Hsüan Hua (Volume One)

Records of the Life of the Venerable Master Hsüan Hua (Volume One)
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Accounts of events in the life of Venerable Master Hua, including his birth in China, his travels through China, his years in Hong Kong, and his arrival in the United States. Volume One. The Venerable Master's life in China

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