Published May 30, 2004
by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||371|
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Establishing a Pure Land on earth: the Foguang Buddhist perspective on modernization and globalization. [Stuart Chandler] -- "With more than temples in thirty countries, Foguangshan has developed over the last thirty-five years into one of the world's largest and most influential Chinese Buddhist movements. Before his death, had said there existed a land beyond the Pole that was “an enchanted continent in the sky, a permanent mystery of Earth.” That land, according to other theories, was the legendary Rainbow City, home to a fabulous lost civilization. Book review: “Pure Land: A True Story of Three Lives, Three Cultures and the Search for Heaven on Earth” by Annette McGivney. Sometimes we congratulate ourselves on being in a certain place right before it all upends – getting a house in Salida before the prices skyrocket or cruising Moab before it became a Disneyland of Abbey addicts and. The book is about Thomas Blake Glover, born ()and raised in Aberdeen, Scotland. When he was only 21 he was employed by Jardine Matheson in the tea trade and moved to Nagasaki. If one wants a detailed information of his accomplishments in Japan one can read Wikepedia, this book or, as I /5(76).