February 27, 1957|
|Died||July 18, 2003(aged 46)|
Dao Zheng (道證法師) (27 February 1957 – 18 July 2003) was a Buddhist nun from Taiwan, known for her various writings and dharma talks. Dao Zheng is well known for her famous painting of Amitabha, which she painted while bedridden with cancer. Prior to entering monastichood, she was a medical student and researcher.
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