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4303 River Road, Niagara Falls Ontario Canada, L2E 3E8

Cham Shan Temple (Ten Thousand Buddas)- The 7 level Asian style building contains precious collections of Buddhist arts and artifacts. Experience the tranquility and spirituality of the temple.  They provide free guided tours during summer weekends from June to October. A"World Peace Ten Thousand Buddhas Sarira Stupa Temple" has been constructed on 3 acres of land in Niagara Falls in order to facilitate the expounding of Dharma and the propagation of Buddhism. Spreading the Dharma and benefitting all sentiment beings are the Buddhist Order's vows. Since the appearances of statues and stupas facilitate the generation of the Bodhi-mind, raising temples could benefit sentient beings in countless multitudes. Canada is renowned for its serene and picturesque environment.   A Bronze Buddha Statue and a Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara's statue are situated in this property so numerous tourists and devotees can cherish this great chance to make offerings and pay homage to the Buddha.


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D. Glick October 5, 2015

I 'm a US Army Viet Nam veteran. My wife and I visited the temple on Friday Oct. 2nd 2015 at approximately between 1330 hrs and 1400 hrs. We entered the temple, and I attempted to acknowledge the guide who was there. However he did not return my acknowledgement.Within three to four minutes he told us we needed to leave.This was very disturbing, as I was in hopes of offering a prayer for my fallen team mates. Part of our missions were to document any shrines or temples that we came across out in the bush.So that they could be hopefully spared any type of destruction or worse ruined. We took great pride in being able to help the indigenous people, and aid them in their efforts to stay free.I visited several temples in the past and have always been welcomed. Maybe because I had a military style jacket on, it bothered him, I don't know. I never thought I and my wife would be treated like that in a temple. I will continue with my belief that we did the right thing in Nam, and that we helped a good many great people there.
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