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Venerable Master Hsing Yun, together with his disciples, has established more than 40 Buddhist colleges, systemized rules and regulations, proactively built schools, fostered talented monastics, and constructed the image of monastics. These resulted in many benefits being brought about in society from the works of education and propagation of the Dharma; also bringing many devotees together to support and protect the monasteries and preserve Buddhism. In the future, Fo Guang Shan will actualize the works of education through the 16 Buddhist colleges, four universities, many primary and secondary schools, kindergartens, as well as branch temples in Taiwan and overseas.

為實踐大師提倡「人間佛教」的理念,佛光山於海內外創辦了十多所佛教學院,延聘優良師資授以優質教育,培育出無數僧俗二眾弘法人才。除僧伽教育外,本山亦致力於各項社會教育,如兒童、中學、大學、信眾教育等,以及定期為社會各階層人士舉辦之種種活動,藉此讓佛法普及社會並提升佛教徒的生活品質。

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