Xiangshan Pumen Zen Monastery responds to female PILGRIMSburns: Burning Watchpool is not owned by the monastery

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 Xiangshan Pumen Zen Monastery responds to female PILGRIMSburns: Burning Watchpool is not owned by the monastery


Womens memories fall into the ash pool: burning paper and jumping (Source: Netease Video)

Recently, media reports reported that a woman temple in Pingdingshan, Henan, fell into a pool of incense when burning incense, and 59% of her body was severely burned. On September 10, the Xiangshan Pumen Zen Temple in Pingdingshan City, Henan Province, responded by its official Wechat public number, saying that the burned womens burning table pool was not owned by the Xiangshan Pumen Zen Temple and was not under the management of the Xiangshan Pumen Zen Temple. Therefore, the accident has nothing to do with the Xiangshan Pumen Zen Temple in Pingdingshan City.

The full text of the briefing is as follows:

In September 9, 2019, a 59% woman who burned a fragrant incense in a fragrant temple in Pingdingshan city was burned by the Internet, which caused netizens to ridicule and Tucao, which had a certain rate of reprinting and click through rate, which led to misunderstandings in the community.

In this regard, the Pumen Chan Temple of Xiangshan declares as follows:

Source: New Beijing Daily Responsible Editor: Li Wan_B11284