Huashoutai

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Huashoutai or commonly known in its Cantonese name Wa Sau Toi (simplified Chinese: 华首台; traditional Chinese: 華首台; pinyin: huāshǒutái) was a Buddhist monastery on the sacred mountain Luofushan. It was destroyed in early 20th century.

It is located in Boluo County, Huizhou, Guangdong, China.

History[edit]

The Chan (Zen) teacher and Southern Dragon Kung Fu master Daai Yuk was a monk at Wa Sau Toi.

Lai Chi, the founder of the Wu Jo An nunnery in Guangzhou, was 35th generation in the Caodong (Japanese: Sōtō) school of Chan Buddhism from Wa Sau Toi.

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Coordinates: 23°15′16″N 114°01′31″E / 23.254437°N 114.025383°E / 23.254437; 114.025383