Temple of the Buddha of Jade

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After the Yuyuan gardens we took a typical Chinese food, we visited the Jade Buddha Temple, a constructed Buddhist temple in 1882 and contains two statues of Buddha made in jade. During the Quing dynasty, a monk of name Hui Gene made a trip of peregrination to the Tíbet. From return to China, the monk stopped in Burma; there, a Chinese emigrant gave five statues to him of jade that represented Buddha. Hui Gene constructed a temple to lodge the statues thanks to alms that received. Nevertheless, the original temple was occupied in 1911y the statues, and the temple, was transferred to their present location. In the Great Hall are three statues that show Buddha in different forms and the Medicine’s Buddha.. The hall is the center of the orations and in it they are celebrated manifold ceremonies. The Camera of the Buddha of the Jade contains an image of seated Buddha; weight 3 tons and measures 1.

95 meters. Another room contains the figure of the leaning upon Buddha who represents the death of Buddha.

Factory of pearls

 Another one of the visits that the organism of Chinese Tourism includes in the visits, is to a factory of treatments of natural pearls. They show oysters to you, to which has introduced him impurities for which they form pearls, and as they are selected and they valued, soon as they are prepared for the different jewel assemblies.

 Spectacle of acrobatics.

 The acrobatics in China are an ability, that reunites so much technical sport, as of ability, art and imagination, to create very pleasant numbers, of great colorful and perfect accomplishment. It is a very recommendable spectacle, everybody leaves contentment after seeing as much reunited beauty, youth and art.

Luego de los jardines Yuyuan, despues de una tipica comida china, visitamos el Templo del Buda de Jade , un templo budista construido en 1882  y contiene dos estatuas de buda realizadas en jade.

Durante la dinastía Quing,  un monje de nombre Hui Gen realizó un viaje de peregrinación al Tíbet.   De regreso a China, el monje paró en Birmania; ahí, un emigrante chino le regaló cinco estatuas de jade que representaban a Buda. Hui Gen construyó un templo para albergar las estatuas gracias a los donativos que recibió. Sin embargo, el templo original fue ocupado en 1911y las estatuas, y el templo, se trasladaron a su ubicación actual.

En el Gran Salón de la Magnificencia se encuentran tres estatuas que muestran a Buda en diferentes formas  y el Buda de la medicina. El salón es el centro de las oraciones y en él se celebran múltiples ceremonias.

La Cámara del Buda del Jade contiene una imagen de Buda sentado; pesa 3 toneladas y mide 1,95 metros.

Otra sala contiene la figura del Buda de Jade reclinado que representa la muerte de Buda.

Fabrica de las perlas .

Otra de las visitas que el organismo de Turismo chino incluye en las visitas, es a una factoría de tratamientos de perlas naturales. Te muestran las ostras, a las que se le han introducido impurezas para que formen las perlas, y como se seleccionan y valoran, luego como son preparadas para los distintos montajes en joyas.

 

Espectaculo de acrobacia. 

La acrobacia en China es una habilidad, que reune tanto técnicas deportivas, como de habilidad, arte e imaginación, para crear números muy agradables, de gran colorido y realización perfecta. Es un espectáculo muy recomendable, todo el mundo sale contento después de ver tanta belleza, juventud y arte reunidos.


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