Renshou Temple (simplified Chinese: 仁寿寺; traditional Chinese: 仁壽寺; pinyin: Rénshòu Sì) is a Buddhist temple situated in downtown Foshan, Guangdong, China.
Renshou Temple was first built in the 13th year of Period Shunzhi (1656) in the Qing dynasty (1646–1911) by Chan master Zongtang (Chinese: 纵堂). In the 8th year of the age of Kangxi of Kangxi Emperor, namely AD 1669, monk Yulin (Chinese: 玉琳) rebuilt the shanmen. In the 1st year of Period Xianfeng (1851), monk Renji (Chinese: 仁机) reconstruction the temple.
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