Are divorces easier in Hangzhou - for monks?

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Flag of China  , Zhejiang,
Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Beijing Times has this story about a monk being pursued to his temple after his wife couldn't get him to come back to Beijing to get a divorce.


Monk's divorce case heard in Hangzhou temple


Judges from Miyun county, Beijing, traveled to Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, last Monday to hear the divorce case between Zhan Ming, a 36-year-old Beijing man, and his wife surnamed Li, who sued him for divorce on the grounds of desertion.

Zhan had left his then-pregnant wife to become a monk at the temple, where his wife eventually tracked him down. Zhan, however, refused to return to Beijing for the case. The temple-held court made a property settlement awarding Li and the child Zhao's apartment.

(Beijing Times)
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