Light on the Lotus Hill :
Shuang Lin Monastery and the Burma Road
Chan Chow Wah
This is a history of the Shuang Lin Monastery was the earliest Chinese Buddhist monastery on the island and still one of the largest of such communities. A central part of this account is the role played by the monastery in raising funds to build the Burma Road, a lifeline for the Chinese resistance during the Sino-Japanese war. The abbot, the Venerable Pu Liang, paid a price for this, as he was taken away when the Japanese took Singapore and was never seen again. With a Foreword by Leon Comber Near Fine Paperback. 98 pages with many black and white photographs.
Weight: 0.7 kg Post free within Malaysia
Condition : Apart from minor cover wear, the book looks new.