Giant Buddhist goddess in Japan gets face mask to pray for end of COVID-19
TOKYO: Workers scaled a giant statue of a Buddhist goddess in Japan on Tuesday (Jun 15) to place a custom-made mask on her face, an act meant to be a prayer for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It took four workers three hours to carry the massive mask on ropes up the 57m white statue of the Buddhist goddess Kannon - the Goddess of Mercy - at the Houkokuji Aizu Betsuin temple in Fukushima Prefecture.……
Japan News SE Asia
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