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So tired ...I give up after much googling I'm just going to go with this and please don't laugh at me because I have a feeling I'm completely wrong:My guess is the ARCS are located in China (I have a feeling this is the wrong country because it's not north and south of the other two locations), in the Hanshan Temple, on the Maple Bridge.Well, tried my best! :)tirachii(at)yahoo(dot)com
Leaning against the entrance to hanshan temple?@Nikki_Wang
Let me guess! ;) Is it somewhere in Europe? Hmmm. I think it's in Greece. Not sure cause I don't know if Greek people worship Buddhas.Twitter name : @Lezean29
I could be totally off but how about at the inscribed stele displaying the "Night Mooring" poem in Chinese characters along with the metal sculpture of a seated Zhang Ji which is at a small landing named the Night Anchorage outside Maple Bridge which spans the Iron Bell pass. The poem is about hearing the bells of Hanshan Temple.
Now THAT is a detailed guess. Sarabara this isn't right but as the so-close runner up in last time's race, I will be shocked if you don't win one of the prizes here :)
LOL I am hoping so! I am stalking your blog like crazy, waiting for the clues. :)
In a boat at hanshan temple in suzhou chinaTwitter spacecadet570
Jionji Temple in Canete, PeruBuddhist Temple Chagdud Gonpa Khadro Ling in Gramado, BrazilamethystfaerieATmsnDOTcom
Suzhou, China in the town of Fengqiao leaning against Statue of poet Zhang Ji at Maple Bridge.
I forgot my email!monicalopez63(at)gmail(dot)com
The stone tablet inscription of the poem A Night Mooring near Maple Bridge, in the Cold Mountain Temple in Suzhou, China?
2nd guess- Chinatown, Singapore! It's inside one of the temples like:The Bell Tower of Buddha Tooth Relic TempleOr maybe Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum!Twitter: @fallen_MGRL
At the entrance of the Five-Pagoda Temple, located in Beijing, China. In the mouth of a Chinese Guardian lion.
Sorry forgot my contact info. For twitter it is @1wren. Thanks
Wat Rong Khun or White Temple in Thailandmolly(dot)frenzel(at)gmail(dot)com
on the steps of Brahma Bell Pavilion at Jogyesa Temple in Seoul KoreaTwitter: spacecadet570
Wow temples are popular! Okay I'm gonna say:On the railway bridge near the Taj Mahal in India. bookhavenextraordianaire.blogspot.com
Second Guess:Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art on the 8 paneled bridge Yatsuhashihannahsue10[at]gmail[dot]com
I'm guessing Maple Bridge near Hanshan Temple now. Dang so close if it was! Forgot about the bridge.
Located in Suzhou, China, near Hanshan Temple leaning or sitting on top of the Statue of poet Zhang Ji at Maple Bridge.firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry if I accidentally submitted the same answer twice before, as I wasn't sure if I'd published my comment or not.My second guess: Located somewhere in Singapore, China, in the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.
Alright my second guess is: The arcs are located in Japan. In the city of Shuri, Okinawa. Inside the Shuri Castle right under the Bridge of Nations Bell.
My second guess is it's inside of one of stupa bells in Borobudur temple in Java, Indonesia. There's a Buddha inside and it's sacred so is it possible? lol.
My guess is the Hanshan Temple in Suzhou, China.email - email@example.com
It's leaning against the archway at Baima si. hidden behind a bush. at White horse Temple in Chinafirstname.lastname@example.org
Okay, so here's a guess. Could Venom be hidden underneath the bells of the Gion Shōja from the book The Tale of the Heike? It's a place in Japan.
Oh, forgot how you should contact me! Okay, either my Twitter account which is @MillieDsWords or my email which is email@example.com
1st guess on this clue: On the lawns of the Prasat Hin Phimai Buddhist Temple in Tambol Nai Muang near the Nakhon Ratchasima Province in Thailand. Soaking up some rays.Twitter: @MTGReviews
2nd Guess: On the steps of the Golden Mount (Wat Saket) in Bangkok, Thailand.@MTGReviews
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