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Places of Worships
Places of Worships
Places of Worships
Places of Worships
Places of Worships
Places of Worships
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  • 1. By: Michelle Chan 7H Places of Worships-Temples
  • 2. Jin Long Si-Background
    • It was first known as Jin Long Miao
    • It is built in Singapore
    • It is a village temple
  • 3. Jin Log Si-Bodhi Tree
    • Bodhi Tree is a symbol of Jin Long Si
    • It is the oldest tree of Singapore
    • It is next to the Jin Long Si Temple
  • 4. Jin Long Si-History
    • It started of a industry shed, which was donated by a jeweller
    • It was donated during the hard times of WWII (1941)
    • It was not really noticed by the people, back at that time.
  • 5. Seng Wong Beo-Background
    • It is more popular to the older generation than the younger generation
    • It is built in Singapore
    • There is a god painted at the outside of the building
  • 6. Seng Wong Beo-History
    • It was founded by Reverend Swee Oi
    • There wasn’t any temple before Seng Wong Beo that the poor people could pray back at that time.
    • It was built during the Qing Dynasty.
    Qing Dynasty Symbol.
  • 7. Seng Wong Beo-Founder’s History
    • Reverend Swee Oi was an imperial scholor of Qing
    • He was keen to be a monk of the Buddhism religion.
    • He wanted to build a temple for the poor people to pray god for help.
  • 8. Po Lin Monastery-Backgrond
    • Po Lin Monastery is a well known temple at Lantau Island
    • It rises more than 2,330ft. above sea level
    • It is next to the biggest outdoor bronze statue, the Tien Tian Buddha (known as the Big Buddha)
  • 9. Po Lin Monastery-History
    • It was first known as the “Big Hut”
    • Da Yue, Dun Xiu, Yue Ming discovered a flat piece of land in Ngong Ping, Lantau Island
    • It was built in 1924
  • 10. Po Lin Monastery-The 4 Buddhist
    • The biggest bronze Buddha is the Tien Tian Buddha
    • The other 3 statues are inside the Po Lin Monastery, which represent his past, present, and future
  • 11.
    • http://chinesetemples.blogspot.com/
    • http://saveourroots.googlepages.com/jinlongsitempleandthebodhitree
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jin_Long_Si_Temple
    • http://www.hong-kong-travel.org/PoLinMonastery.asp
    • http://www.plm.org.hk/blcs/en/index.asp
    • http://www.orientaltravel.com/province/city/area/HK_PoLinMonastery_Tai_O.htm
    Bibliography Hope you enjoy my presentation!!!

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