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Nan Huai-Chin

1918 -

Nan Huai-Chin (1918-) (simplified Chinese: 南怀瑾; traditional Chinese: 南懷瑾; pinyin: Nán Huáijǐn) is a spiritual teacher of contemporary China. He is the most eminent student of the renowned lay Chán Buddhist Master Yuan Huan-Xian (Ch. 袁煥仙; 1887-1966), and he has received confirmation of his enlightenment by various masters of the Buddhist traditions. He is considered by many to be a major force in the revival of Buddhism in China.

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