Indeed, she told Kwan-yin that they could not receive her into the sisterhood, that the building was full.
Such were the statuettes of Kwan-yin and many other gods and goddesses.
For fully a minute, with calm and untroubled face, his lips keep moving and his gaze is concentrated on Kwan-yin.
The statue of Kwan-yin was covered with necklaces and pieces of embroidery.
Besides being very fond of books, Kwan-yin was thoughtful of her friends.
But, strange to say, Kwan-yin was not pleased at this good fortune.
On the table, before the feet of Kwan-yin, is her carved tablet with her name in golden characters on a red lacquer ground.
There are two images of Kwan-yin in the British Museum, one with sixteen arms and the other with eight.
The sisters knew that this magic well was a monument to Kwan-yin's goodness.
This would seem to be Kwan-she, the same as Kwan-yin, the goddess of mercy of the votaries of Foe.