Master Cihang, a well-known Taiwanese monk of the Cienzong, a native of Fujian, followed Master Taixu in 1930, traveled to Hong Kong, India, Yangon, and was stationed in Xixingma, when the Anti-Japanese War broke out, and Master Cihang advocated saving the country and resisting Japan in Nanyang. Exercise, spare no effort. In 1948, at the invitation of Monk Miaoguo, he brought a group of Chinese monks to Taiwan and went to Lingyin Temple in Hsinchu. This Buddhist lecture at Lingyin Temple was initiated by him, and of course he was the most qualified to answer the police. The police held the pieces of "intelligence information" in front of Master Cihang, Master Lvhang and the Supreme Abbot. They were stunned and looked at the other monks.
Everyone looked at each other, not knowing how the news came about. of. The so-called intelligence information is the leaflet about the upcoming Company banner design opening of the Lingyin Buddhist Association. The original simple leaflet has been read by everyone. The process of the school day is written on it, and some speeches, lectures, and lunch offerings are ordered. Time, and then explained the origin and philosophy of the establishment of the Buddhist Association, and held several Buddhist lectures given by Master Ci Hang. But I don't know who, and wrote 10 characters "Support Mao Zedong and overthrow Chiang Kai-shek". Not only one, but several flyers and posters were painted with ink pen. At the time, it seemed like a big and outrageous character. "This must be someone else's intentions to frame the blame, we are just a very simple Buddhist lecture." Master Ci Hang protested solemnly: "I was in Nanyang, and when I heard that the Anti-Japanese War broke out, I talked about some teachings of the National Defense Education in the lecture.
When I heard that China had fallen, I brought monks to Taiwan to join the national disaster. My background can stand the test.” "I don't care about this. It's obvious that these leaflets have something like this written on them, and they were found to be hidden in your dormitory. It must have nothing to do with you." The police who took the lead then explained that these leaflets had been published as early as the beginning of May. It had already floated to Taipei and was seen by the commander-in-chief of the garrison, Chen Cheng. On May 20 this year, when martial law was announced on the whole island, it was ordered to trace the source of the flyers all the way. During these more than 10 days of unannounced and unannounced visits, it was determined that the bandits and spies should hide in Lingyin Temple.