Talk:Huai Su

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Apparently Huai Su was a calligrapher monk. [1][2]

Monk names[edit]

As Chinese Buddhist monks and nuns share the surname Shi, this calligrapher's personal name, along with many other monks', should, according to Hanyu Pinyin rules, be written Huaisu. Yes? Berox 13:22, 12 December 2006 (UTC)