Henan Buddhist College (HBC) held an inauguration ceremony on Sunday in central China's Henan province, marking the establishment of the first-ever higher institute dedicated to Buddhist education in the birthplace of Han Chinese Buddhism.
Located in the scenic Tongbai Mountains known for their monastic heritage, HBC covers an area of 6.96 hectares.
The main architectural complex is in the style of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) and comprises the monastery, classrooms, an administrative building, residential quarters and a Buddhist cultural center.
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That's something you would pursue after completing regular college.
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