Visit of Aussie-based 'Buddhist Master' draws controversy


PETALING JAYA: A gathering in Kuala Lumpur featuring a so-called "Buddhist Master" who is based in Australia has drawn flak from local Buddhist groups.

Nine Malaysian Buddhist groups and associations came together to issue a statement to advise the public to examine the controversies surrounding the teachings by Lu Jun Hong.

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