Hongchunping Temple is a Buddhist temple placed on Mount Emei, in Leshan, Sichuan, China. The temple was first constructed with the aid of grasp Chushan Xingyi within the Song dynasty with the name of "Thousand Buddha Chan Temple", generally referred to as "Thousand Buddha Temple". It was in large part extended in 1631, within the reign of Chongzhen Emperor of the late Ming dynasty. In 1778, in the 43rd year of Qianlong period inside the Qing dynasty, a catastrophic hearth demolished most of its homes. 12 years later, the temple changed into restored and redecorated with the aid of master Eyun.
The name became modified into "Hongchunping Temple" because it had three 1200 -years-vintage Ailanthus altissima bushes. In 1936, Chiang Kai-shek visited the temple at the same time as he inspected the Officer Training Corps on Mount Emei. The temple has been distinct as a National Key Buddhist Temple in Han Chinese Area by the State Council of China in 1983. Hongchunping Temple covers a building area of 5,000-square-metre, the present fundamental homes consist of the Shanmen, Hall of Four Heavenly Kings, Hall of Guanyin, Mahavira Hall, Meditation Hall, and monk's rooms. You can come here and explore this place.