China News Service, Hangzhou, February 7th (Guo Qiyu) On February 7th, a picture of "Fahua Temple recruiting monks" was circulated on the Internet.
The picture uploaded on the Internet stated the recruitment treatment and subsidies, among which the allowance for the abbot and abbot is more than 80,000 yuan per month.
In response to this, the Zhejiang Provincial Ethnic and Religious Affairs Committee responded to a reporter from Chinanews.com, saying that the picture is not true and is false information.
Fahua Temple is located at the foot of the North Peak in Xihu District, Hangzhou City. It is a place for Buddhist activities.
Online recruitment pictures show that interns need to work for two years, including food and lodging, and obey business trips.
An allowance of 18,000 yuan/month will be issued, and it will be 20,000-50,000 yuan/month depending on the ability after becoming a full-time employee.
Abbot and abbot 80,000 yuan/month (all tax-free and year-end bonus).
In the column of arrangement for the internship period, the picture states that "the abbots will be assigned by our temple to branch temples in various places, and the monthly salary will be distributed according to the amount of incense money. Performance appraisal is required. During the internship period, the abbot will teach 72 unique skills."
In response to this, the relevant person in charge of the Zhejiang Provincial Ethnic and Religious Affairs Commission said: "First, there is no official official seal at the place where the pictures posted on the Internet are signed; the second picture shows that the interview location is Faxi Temple in Hangzhou, not Fahua Temple; the third Buddhist temple The master who became a nun never recruits, so overall, the picture is false information.”
According to the official website of the Ethnic and Religious Affairs Commission of Zhejiang Province, its main responsibilities include managing religious affairs in accordance with the law, guiding religious groups to carry out activities in accordance with laws and regulations, protecting citizens' freedom of religious belief and normal religious activities in accordance with the law, and safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of religious circles.