Hsiu-ch’an-ssu ［修禅寺］ (PY Xiuchansi; Shuzen-ji): Also known as Fo-lung-ssu. A temple of the T’ien-t’ai school on Mount T’ien-t’ai in China. It was originally Fo-lung Monastery, founded by T’ien-t’ai in 575. Emperor Hsüan of the Ch’en dynasty supported the monastery and named it Hsiu-ch’an-ssu in 578. A part of this temple was destroyed in 845 during the nationwide suppression of Buddhism initiated by Emperor Wu-tsung of the T’ang dynasty, but was rebuilt in 867. The temple is no longer in existence.