The Tin Hau Temple is located in the city of Quanzhou in Fujian province in China. During the 11th and 14th centuries, Quanzhou was the most important port for foreign trade in the Middle Kingdom country. The Tin Hau Temple, which translation is in Cantonese, is also known as the Temple of the Queen of Heaven or Tianhou in mandarin.

A glimpse to the Tibetan Buddhism. Chuanzhu Temple is a Buddhist temple located in the Songpan County at the northwestern of Sichuan Province. This County has a population of approximately 68,000 - between Tibetan, Qiang, Han and Hui - people. Unfortunately, Chuanzhu Temple is unknown by the majority of people. It is a small and modest temple, where most of the monks are local.

Chaoyang Temple is located in Liaoning province. It is situated in the poorer border of this city. The temple’s architecture is very simple and modest, but it offers a special and homelike environment for the few pilgrims of the area. Tongren is an inspiring Buddhist Master who works in Chaoyang temple sharing ancient Buddhist rituals and customs. Likewise, he transmits his Buddhism knowledge in order that local people can understand and comprehend its deep meaning.

The Dajue Temple is a Buddhist temple which is located in Yixing, Jiangsu province in the eastern-central coast of China. The Dajue Temple has over 700 years of history and it has been renamed the “Dajue Chan Temple of Baita Mountain”. After being burned down, during wartime, the temple was successfully rebuilt. The restoration process of this historic and significant temple started in 1989 and lasted 22 years. 

The art of preparing and enjoying Oolong tea.  Xie Zhizhang, a Taiwanese tea master, describes the extraordinary and incredible tea philosophy. She explains that making an exquisite and perfect Oolong tea isn’t easy. It requires learning and applying an exceptional and distinctive technique, where it is essential to use all our senses.  Along the video, she shares some amazing tips and unique recommendations in order to enjoy and prepare a wonderful cup of this delicious tea.

Zen philosophy & Ink Paints. Tian Xiutong is a very well-known and impressive contemporary Chinese ink painter, who introduces an amazing and unique way to express the concept of Zen. Despite its complex and deep meaning, it has become more popular and influential among people. Along the video, he shares how painters look forward to expressing their thoughts through the paints and how the significance and the essence change depending on the painter and the person who sees it.

On November 25th, Hiersun launched the “I Do Culture Group”, an impressive corporation that looks forward to entering the entertainment market. Its main objective is to create a new ecosystem of Chinese entertainment. In collaboration with the Golden Globe organizers: Hollywood Foreign Press Association, they will focus principally on international cooperation, investing in intellectual property (IP), incubating more creative and innovative projects.

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