Tu-shun ［杜順］ (557–640) (PY Dushun; Tojun): Also known as Fa-shun. The founder of the Flower Garland (Hua-yen) school in China. In 574 he entered the priesthood and studied under a priest named Seng-chen at Yin-sheng-ssu temple. Later he lived on a mountain called Chung-nan-shan and propagated the Flower Garland teaching, receiving support from Emperor T’ai-tsung of the T’ang dynasty. His successor was Chih-yen.