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(photos) Modern Life of Monk and Nun in China

Posted by Author on July 22, 2007

Secretchina.com (in Chinese)-

Monk and Nun’s life changed in modern China.

Didn’t Sakyamuni expect in 2,000 years ago about what would happen in today’s China ?

Monk (1) - driving car

Car Driving

monk (2) - play game

Game Playing

monk (3) - using computer

Computer Using
monk (4) - watch football game

Watch soccer play for fun

monk (5) - happy

So do nuns

All photos are from SecretChina.com

3 Responses to “(photos) Modern Life of Monk and Nun in China”

  1. Diego Godoy said

    To play soccer and to use computers is acceptable for a monk. To play videogames and to have cars, I doubt. The car is a necessity, but I believe that the monk can use a bicycle.

  2. Larry said

    Another blog that I find very interesting.

  3. iblosted said

    why not they should enjoy life as well as the next human, they have a hard life.as it is.

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