Using a traditional Chinese construction method, We crafted this main structure from rosewood and cedar, giving it a highly attractive appearance and contributing to the building's longevity.
It is possible for visitors and pilgrims to have an experience comparable to that of China's "Four Great Sacred Buddhist Mountains" without having to travel to the various regions of China, and the Canadian sites are much more easily accessible for people who have mobility issues. After we finished the design, the design of the project is remarkable.
We took care of the Garden and brought it to its last stage of development; once finished, it will be the biggest single Buddhist structure located outside of China. The complex spans a total of 1700 acres over four locations.
We aim to make the transition from the existing home to the new space as seamless as possible through meticulous planning and preparation before each project.