I have only delved int o the section: "In late South Song Dynasty, the abbot was Guangzong, later called Guangchuan monk. In 1321 of Yuan Dynasty, the abbot was Zhenguan, later called Wuxiang monk. In Hongwu 24th year(1391) of Ming Dynasty, the abbots Zongling and Fajian expanded it to a Zen Buddhist temple. In Xuande 10th year (1435), Fuqing monk of Linggu Temple in Nanjing moved to Mount Jiuhua to preside over Huacheng Temple due to his old age. He rebuilt Grand Hall of the Great Sage, Cangjing, Zushi, Jingang, Tianwang and Jialan Halls, and also expanded Eastern Halls."
Apart from being atrocious English, none of the monk's names in italics appear anywhere else during a casual internat search. Is all the information provided here spurious? Could somebody provide the Chines characters? Zenwort 11:20, 17 December 2014 (UTC)
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