Zhu Fatai (Chinese: 竺法汰; pinyin: Zhú Fǎtài; Cantonese Yale: Chu1 Faat3 Taai3; AD 320–387) was a 4th-century (Eastern Jin) Chinese Buddhist scholar, disciple of Tao-an, teaching at Jiankang.

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  • Zhu Fatai (Chinese: 竺法汰; pinyin: Zhú Fǎtài; Cantonese Yale: Chu1 Faat3 Taai3; AD 320–387) was a 4th-century (Eastern Jin) Chinese Buddhist scholar, disciple of Tao-an, teaching at Jiankang. (en)
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  • Zhu Fatai (Chinese: 竺法汰; pinyin: Zhú Fǎtài; Cantonese Yale: Chu1 Faat3 Taai3; AD 320–387) was a 4th-century (Eastern Jin) Chinese Buddhist scholar, disciple of Tao-an, teaching at Jiankang. (en)
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