Kung Fu Monks Go Modern – Ching-Ching Ni

From the Los Angeles Times:

20796390 wears a bright yellow robe and heavy prayer beads and lives in an ancient shrine high up in the mountains of central China.

Yet he spends a lot of his time traveling in a chauffeur-driven jeep, jet-setting around the world and hobnobbing with Hollywood types.

No wonder some people call him a CEO in a monk’s robe.

As abbot of the world-famous Shaolin Temple, the holy land of , Shi indeed plays multiple roles. His latest is executive producer of a $25-million movie about the life and times of the legendary fighting monks that is set to hit cinemas in time for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He also has a reality TV project in the works, a kind of “American Idol” for masters.

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