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Chapter 6: Guanyin Temple's battle for the precious kasaya.

Tang Monk rode on the white dragon horse, and felt much easier on the road. One evening, the master and disciple came to a Guanyin temple in a valley. The monk at the door heard that they were eminent monks from the Great Tang, going to the west to get the scriptures, and quickly bowed and respectfully invited them to rest in the temple.

Tang Monk and his disciple had just sat down, when two young monks helped an old monk with a hunchback, slowly walked in. Tang Monk quickly got up, clasped his hands together, and greeted him with courtesy. The old monk returned the salute, while asking someone to bring tea. In a moment, two children came in with exquisite tea sets.

Tang Monk took a sip of tea and praised the tea sets. The old monk was very happy, and then showed off his knowledge of tea scriptures. He then asked Tang Monk if he had any treasures from the East Land Great Tang, and asked him to show them. Sun Wukong saw the old monk’s ostentation, and was already very dissatisfied in his heart. Without waiting for his master to speak, he said: “Master, let them see your cassock!”

The old monk heard the word cassock, and was even more proud. He laughed and asked someone to bring out twelve boxes, and shook out all the cassocks inside. There were hundreds of them, and each one was very beautiful. Sun Wukong saw them, but didn’t say anything. He took out Tang Monk’s cassock and shook it open. Suddenly, the whole room was filled with golden light, making people unable to open their eyes.

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