Peace and Harmony
The Divine Spectra of Manjusri enshrining the Wisdom of China
with 108 pieces of Manjusri and related artifacts

Admission tickets for "Peace and Harmony - The Divine Spectra of Manjusri Exhibition" were all distributed at Sha Tin Town Hall. Thank you for your support.

Tickets are still available at other distribution spots (Hong Kong City Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Chinese World Cultural Heritage Foundation and Hong Kong Buddhist Association)

11-22.10.2009D10:00am - 10:00pm
23.10.2009D10:00am - 9:00pm
Hong Kong City Hall
Low Block Exhibition Hall
Free admission by ticket

Exhibition Details

Manjusri, possessing the strength to save mankind from miseries, is regarded as the apotheosis of transcendental wisdom. A legend about Qing Taizu Nurhaci (the founder of the Qing Dynasty) recounts that he believed he was a reincarnation of Manjusri, had inherited such wisdom, and had changed the name of his tribe from Jurchen to Manchu. For over two centuries of Manchu rule, Qing emperors claimed to be Manjusri transformed.

The exhibition is an extension of the "Peace and Harmony" series. The Manjusri theme aims to exemplify the Chinese nation's natural instinct to pursue peace and harmony. It allows the public to appreciate the essence of such a pursuit and to achieve purification through the spiritual experience.

The exclusive artifacts on display - gold thangkas, ivory, jade and porcelain carvings as well as gold and bronze castings - are the fruitful expressions of devotion and artistic talents of ancient craftsmen. Such artifacts also evidenced the significance of the Silk Road in the development of Buddhist arts. It is expected that the exhibition will help enhance the understanding of world history and heritage, and eventually bring peace and harmony.

Admission tickets for the exhibition will be distributed free of charge
at the following time and locations from 10 September:
Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong City Hall and
Sha Tin Town Hall enquiry counters
  9:00am - 9:00pm Daily
. Chinese World Cultural Heritage Foundation
  3/F, Kantone Ctr., 1 Ning Foo St., Chai Wan, HK
. The HK Buddhist Association
  1/F, Lok Yau Building, 338 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
  Mon - Fri 9:00am - 5:30pm
Sat - Fri 9:00am - 1:00pm
(Closed on public holidays)

Ticket collection details

1. Each person may get a maximum of 4 tickets on a first-come-first-served basis.
2. Each viewing session lasts 1 hour. Members of the public are required to choose a viewing session upon collection of free tickets. Distributed tickets cannot be exchanged.
3. Each ticket admits only one person. Children of 11 or below with valid tickets have to be accompanied by an adult.
4. Visitors have to comply with the rules and regulations of the exhibition stipulated on the ticket.

24-Hour Enquiries : 2898 6683
(Chinese World Cultural Heritage Foundation)

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