Un, 12 ,. 10 — A photograph exhibition first showed in the Not headquarters on Monday to showcase the Buddhist culture and history from the West Lake in China’s resort town of Hangzhou.
The exhibition, named “Buddha’s Foot prints,” shows 34 photos taken by Chinese digital photographer Zhang Wang showing the gorgeous scenery of Buddhist temples in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province, along with the daily existence of monks.
“You will find lots of Buddhist temples round the West Lake in Hang Zhou,” Zhang told Xinhua. “Being an artist, Personally i think I’ve the duty to safeguard our Chinese Buddhist cultural heritage and let increasing numbers of people learn about this precious cultural treasure.”
The 50-year-old stated he’s devoted themself to photography associated with Chinese Buddhist culture. He even resided in temples to pursue his career, attempting to capture probably the most touching moment in Buddhist atmosphere.
The exhibition, collectively backed through the Not Chinese Book Club, the Hangzhou municipal government along with other relevant institutions, will finish on 12 ,. 14.[db:内容2]