Hoi Tong Monastery is a Buddhist temple and monastery on Haizhu district in Guangzhou, China. It shares its grounds with the city's Haichuang Park. The monastery was first established as the Qianqiu Temple under the Southern Han, a 10th-century Tang successor state whose capital was at Xingwang (now Guangzhou). The walled city lay north of the Pearl River, while Henan Island and the monastery lay to its south. By the end of the Ming, the temple operated within the private garden of Guo Longyue. He was responsible for renaming it after the Buddhist monk Sāgaradhvaja
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