Mr. Zhu Mo, commonly known as Chen Dian, named Mo Cheng, and Shouzhi. He was born in the foothills of Yandang Mountain in 1913. He was originally from Yueqing County, Zhejiang Province. He started to make a monk at the age of 12 and opened the Buddhist cause of nearly a century. Mr. Zhu Mo is an outstanding student under Taixu. He graduated from the Southern Fujian Buddhist Academy in China and later studied in the Wuchang Buddhist College Research Institute. He learned from various laws, and once went to Hong Kong, Macao, and other places with Master Taixu, and also asked the law and friends with Gao Jianfu, a master of Lingnan Painting School, to seek law and art together. Zhu Mo is a Buddhist talent with poetry, books, and paintings. He once edited “Jueyin Magazine”, founded the “Endless Lantern” magazine, opened a personal art exhibition, hosted the opening ceremony of Master Sinica in Thailand, etc. At the same time, he was the first chairman of the Malaysian Buddhist Association, the Sanhui Lecture Hall was established in 1965, and the Malaysian Buddhist Academy was held in 1969, and he served as the first dean.
Zhu Mo’s calligraphy accomplishment is particularly deep. He is omnipotent, refined, and chic, and can integrate various brushworks. It can write elegant, vigorous, bold, and dignified vulgar charm. At the same time, the elders of Bo Yuan were known as “South Bo North Zhu”. After the master of Hongzhong, the two modern monks of modern and modern poetry and painting and brushwork were wonderful. Zhu Mo’s people have been in the Fa -Falun Matthew for more than forty years. They are the most respected monks in Southeast Asia and the leaders of Buddhist Buddhist monks. He integrates educators, poets, painters, and calligraphers. Because of his contribution to Mahayana Buddhism and spreading Chinese culture, he has been hailed as “the father of Buddhism in Malaysia and Han” in Malaysia.