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Ji Gong the Crazy Monk

Goh Pei Ki

Publisher: Asiapac Books Pte Ltd

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LEGENDS OF JI GONG first appeared as a literary work during the Song Dynasty. In this book, you will find out how Ji Gong was born and how he became a monk. He did many good deeds — helping a goldsmith to find his long-lost daughter, punishing an unscrupulous man, overpowering a boa spirit, exposing a fox spirit, reuniting a couple, and rebuilding a tablet hall. You will be amused by the antics of this adorable monk.

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