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Kannon

(kɑnon)
n
(Buddhism) the Japanese name for Kuan Yin
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In the morning, they will be holding the following activities: the praise of purification with water and willow, a chanting of the 'Universal Gateway of Guan Yin Bodhisattva', a grand meal offering, a blessing ceremony, a Dharma talk, the offering to the Sangha, a dedication of merits, and the striking of the Dharma drum and Bodhi bell.
So many more were waiting"In a Postscript, she recounts how UP colleague Butch Dalisay sifted through the ashes and recovered one item from her former room, a Guan Yin figurine acquired in Seoul in the early '80s, and already half-forgotten.
Despite its origin, there are now hundreds of statues of Chinese gods and goddesses, such as those of Guan Yu, a general from China's Three Kingdoms period in the third century, and Guan Yin, a female Bodhisattva in Chinese Buddhism.
The Goddess of Mercy, Guan Yin, suggested another way.
Keiko Shimosato Carreiro, COSTUME DESIGN: I've designed shows with the Monkey King and Guan Yin [pictured above] in a classic Chinese look.
Karen Lai states that she interacts with spiritual beings, similar to the way her grandmother prayed to Guan Yin, the Buddhist goddess of mercy.
The four famous Yue Lao temples in Tainan are the Grand Matsu Temple, the State Temple of the Martial God, Da Guan Yin Ting and Chong Ching Temple.