Former President Ma Ying-jeou went to Kaohsiung temples for spring walks, and people lined up to receive red envelopes.

(Photo by reporter Huang Jialin)

[Reporter Huang Jialin/Kaohsiung Report] On the third day of the Lunar New Year, former President Ma Ying-jeou went south to Kaohsiung for a walk in the spring. He visited 6 temples in a row to distribute red envelopes. When he gave a congratulatory speech at Fengshan Tiangong Temple, he had a new interpretation of the 8 characters "the weather is good, the country is peaceful and the people are safe"; Ma Ying-jeou He said that in the future, it should be said that the typhoon is small, there is no shortage of water, the epidemic situation is small, and there are many children. Only in this way can the country and the people be safe.

Ma Ying-jeou visited 6 temples in Kaohsiung today. In the morning, he visited Fengshan Tiangong Temple, Sanfeng Palace in Sanmin District and Dagang Baoan Temple, and in the afternoon he went to Xinzhuangzi Tiangong Temple in Zuoying District, Fengyi Old Town God's Temple and Qiming Hall to pray for blessings.

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Each temple attracted more than a hundred people to line up to receive red envelopes, and people also took out their mobile phones to take photos with Ma Ying-jeou; Ma Ying-jeou said in his congratulatory speech to the people that in the past, everyone said "the weather is good, the country is safe and the people are safe", but he has a little suggestion, I hope Don't just say that the weather is good, the country is peaceful and the people are safe.

Ma Ying-jeou explained that "good weather" should mean that the typhoon is small, and if the typhoon is too big, there will be disasters, but if there is no water brought by the typhoon, there will be water shortages. It also means that there will be fewer epidemics and less plagues. It is also recommended to say "more children", because Now that there are fewer and fewer people in Taiwan, I hope that more children will be born. Only in this way can we be regarded as "the prosperity of the country and the safety of the people."