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Zen Buddhist paintings on display in Beijing 

2013-11-19 10:51:50

( By Dong Lin


An exhibit of Zen Buddhist paintings on Bodhidharma, the founder of Zen Buddhism in China is on display at the Beijing Museum of Visual Art. A total of over 50 pieces from Li Zhi, a Zen painting master from the Shaolin Monastery and a member of the China Artists Association, are on display through Nov. 24. According to Li, the concept of Zen involves the pursuit of harmony between mankind and nature.

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