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Published on Mar 7, 2012
This unique, fish out of water tale, presents Master Hui Li, a Taiwanese monk who has transformed the lives of thousands of children throughout Africa.
Its a story of unconditional love bridging two vastly different cultures. Master Hui Li, a Buddhist monk, drew local attention when he started teaching martial arts to African kids.
They call him Daddy Monk in Mandarin. It wouldn't seem strange if Master Hui Li was in his native Taiwan, but he's not, he's in Malawi. And his children, as he calls them, are orphans, that he's rescued off the streets.
Master Hui Li knew that providing food and shelter alone would not lift these kids from poverty. He did what came naturally. He taught them to meditate and introduced them to Shaolin Kung Fu.
Martial Arts have been practiced in far Eastern countries for centuries to instill discipline, maintain physical health, and perpetuate spiritual calmness. But would it work in Africa? http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/n...