The picture shows Master Hsing Yun Source: Taiwan United Daily News, February 6th (Xinhua) According to comprehensive Taiwan media reports, Master Hsing Yun, the founding patriarch of Taiwan's Fo Guang Shan and the founder of the International Buddha's Light Association, passed away on the 5th. People from all walks of life in Taiwan expressed their condolences for the passing of Master Hsing Yun.

  The KMT expressed its sincere condolences and respect for Master Xingyun's passing away, and thanked Master Xingyun for his lifelong dedication to promoting humanistic Buddhism and bringing people the spirit of "three good things and four good things".

Zhu Lilun, chairman of the Kuomintang, said on Facebook that Master Hsing Yun's wisdom teachings have inspired him and many others throughout his life, and he has also practiced it himself.

  Taipei Mayor Jiang Wanan said that he was very sad to see Master Hsing Yun passed away. Master Hsing Yun once said that you must be brave in doing things and be respectful in dealing with others. Whether it is private or public affairs, please remember Great wisdom in the heart.

  Taoyuan Mayor Zhang Shanzheng said that Master Hsing Yun passed away, not only for himself, but also for the general public. All Chinese are familiar with Master Hsing Yun's contribution.

  Cai Yanming, chairman of Want Want China Times Media Group, posted on Facebook that he would like to thank Master Hsing Yun for his dedication to the world and inspiration to both sides of the Taiwan Strait.

  Lin Yuchan, spokesperson for Tsai Ing-wen's office, said on the 6th that Tsai Ing-wen was deeply saddened and mourned after hearing the news that Master Hsing Yun had passed away.

Chen Chien-jen, the person in charge of the administrative agency of the Taiwan authorities, said on Facebook that Venerable Hsing Yun founded the International Buddha's Light Association, he is deeply admirable and grateful for his compassion, dedication, service and dedication.

  Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai went to Fo Guang Shan to pay his respects on the 6th. He wrote that he was very sad to hear the news.

  Master Hsing Yun, commonly known as Li Guoshen, was born in Jiangdu, Jiangsu Province in August 1927. He became a monk at Qixia Temple in Nanjing at the age of 12. He graduated from Jiaoshan Buddhist Academy in 1947, moved to Taiwan in 1949, and founded Fo Guang Shan in Kaohsiung in 1967.

He devoted his whole life to promoting humanistic Buddhism and actively promoting cross-strait Buddhist exchanges.