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Parinirvana of Venerable Master Chin Kung


On 26 July 2022, our respected Pure Land spiritual mentor,

Venerable Master Chin Kung,

peacefully attained parinirvana at 2 am, Taipei time.


Master Chin Kung dedicated his life to propagating the teachings of compassion and respect. He regarded everyone, whether the leader of a country or a citizen, with a heart of equality and treated all with impartiality. In his daily life, he cultivated the principles of seeing through to the true reality of life and the universe, letting go of attachments and expectations, and according with proper conditions. While he was known throughout the world, he lived a simple life. In his every thought, he sought to carry on the work of the ancient sages to benefit all living beings as well as those yet to come.


Master Chin Kung’s message of loving-kindness and compassion for all was the central theme of his life-long teaching. Focusing on the innate goodness of sincerity, respect, humility and harmony, and dedicating himself to helping all beings attain everlasting happiness and joy has been his meaning of life. At the age of ninety-six, the master was born in Amitabha Buddha‘s Western Pure Land of Ultimate Bliss.


Master Chin Kung’s vision for the Pure Land Learning College Association Inc. and its mission will continue. Through the work set out by him, the Pure Land Learning College Association Inc. will continue the work of nurturing Buddhist lecturers and propagating Buddhism, and of bringing peace and harmony to the community and the world.


We sincerely request all practitioners to chant Amitabha Buddha‘s name for forty-nine days and dedicate the merits to Venerable Master to support his attainment of a higher grade of birth in the Pure Land.




Venerable Master Chin Kung AM Memorial Service will be hold during 9:30am and 10:30am on Staturday, 20 August 2022. Please Click HERE to watch the live stream.




Daily Living


“Education is essential

in building a country and in guiding its people.

Cultivation of oneself

is the foundation;

teaching is the

first priority.”