On Lunar New Year’s Eve, Master Shi Xing Wu was concerned about sentient beings, and under the temperature below zero, the streets distributed food and scarves to protect the homeless from the cold

On Lunar New Year’s Eve, Master Shi Xing Wu was concerned about sentient beings, and under the temperature below zero, the streets distributed food and scarves to protect the homeless from the cold

On Lunar New Year’s Eve, Master Shi Xing Wu was concerned about sentient beings, and under the temperature below zero, the streets distributed food and scarves to protect the homeless from the cold.

On the afternoon of February 11, 2021, the thirtieth day of the twelfth lunar month, is the traditional Chinese Spring Festival New Year's Eve. On the occasion of the Lunar New year, Master Shi Xing Wu of the Xing Wu Zen Temple Society, Shaolin Zen Wu Cultural Center showed compassion and concern for sentient beings. In the cold weather of a temperature below zero, he and his disciples came to the streets of downtown Vancouver again to distribute food and new warm scarves to the homeless.

As it has been in a state of low temperature recently, and the weather is very cold, street sleepers curl up and wander in the streets. When they see Master Shi Xing Wu and his party from afar, they are very active and enthusiastic approaching, asking for food and scarves.

Seemingly simple food and ordinary scarves, but at this moment, New Year's Eve, the family gathering, on the cold streets, the mercy of the Master Xing Wu warmed directly to this group of street sleepers, and they also expressed their satisfaction and gratitude for the Master,s giving. Wishes everyone all peace, good health and good luck in the New year!

Thanks to scarf donor: Natalie Wong.

Food donation: Xing Wu Zen Temple Society, Shaolin Zen Wu Cultural Centre
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