Theravada Buddhism was introduced into Xishuangbanna region in Yunnan of China at around the seventh century. In its thousands of years of heritage, it gradually becomes the religion of the minority ethnic groups such as the Dai people. However, during the Cultural Revolution, the Dai people's faith in religion was sorely tested. How does an ethnic group restore their faith in their religion? Can the establishment of Buddhist colleges solve the problem of diminishing number of monks?