The transformation and Development of Jigong Buddha"s image in Shanhai
Jigong, a Chinese Buddhist monk of Hangzhou in the 13 century, is verypopular character for Chinese people. In the modern movies or TV dramas,he appears as wearing the buddhist cap and holding the circular fan, forChinese people believe this must be his true image. But in the novelswritten in Ming or Qing dynasty, he is described as a fat, baldhead andbeard man, not having any cap or fan. In fact, Jigong's present imageoriginated from Peking Opera “Jigong Buddha” shown in Shanghai for1918-1921. Peking opera of Shanghai is composed from several operas ofJiannan area including Mulian opera, and Jigong's image of “JigongBuddha” is also based on Wuchang God in it. “Jigong Buddha” changedJigong's image, The reason why this program had a large power is, thisprogram basing on traditional culture, appropriated to the modern cityculture. And this feature is also the proparties of modern culture inShanghai.
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