> Dear Mr. Chang,
> I'm Hyemook, a monk of Korean Chogye Order, reside in a
> monastery(Bongson-sa) near Seoul. First of all, I would like to express
> my appreciation to your effort and contribution. Several friends of mine
> are also using your database to study the Buddhist Text. I introduced
> your effort through my Korean web page.
> Few days ago, one of eminent scholar monk in Korea asked me the way of
> getting the
> data of "Jing de chuan deng lu". He is translating the text into Korean
> now. However, I
> couldn't find out the text on the net.(got the small part of it.) Could
> please help us?
> If you have the data or any informations about the data, please send me
> a sentence to
> We also have some data from the volunteers, and are willing to cooperate
> with you.
> However almost all the data are encoded by a Korean
> word-processor(supporting more
> than 15,000 Chinese characters.) Now, I am looking for the way of
> converting the
> Korean data into Big-5.
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