Venerable Master Hsing Yun has been implementing “Humanistic Buddhism” for seventy years since he moved from mainland China to Taiwan in 1949 and establishing a milestone of modernized Buddhism. The concept of Hsing Yun’s mode of " Humanistic Buddhism " has two major characteristics: One is valuing literature and Chinese traditional culture by blending tradition and modern; the other is modernization by promoting Buddhist culture through humanities construction with education and various modern propagation modes. Although it was general speaking that, in Humanistic Buddhism, Master Tai Xu was an advocate and Venerable Master Hsing Yun was a practitioner, I rather found Venerable Master Hsing Yun the unique view and creation in literature which was not able to be matched by other Sanghas in the modern time. Beginning with introduction of the origin of “Humanistic Buddhism” and following with sorting out the inheritane and continuation of Humanistic Buddhism in Taiwan, the study manifested that the concept promoted by Venerable Master Hsing Yun, “Three Acts of Goodness” and “the Four Givings”, would be definitely the trends of Buddhism toward the nature of humanity, life, altruism, joy, equal relief and modern era. Nurturing the “Humanistic Buddhism” legacy of Master Tai Xu and Venerable Yinshun, Venerable Master Hsing Yun has been extraordinarily implementing the original intents of Buddha that Buddha had intended by being born and teaching the Dharma in this world for discovery of greater happiness and perfection of life. The way Venerable Master Hsing Yun used for such the implementation was the modernized and systemized creative concept; however, the crucial unique spirit should be the literary view and practice in “Humanistic Buddhism”. Venerable Master Hsing Yun has never been promoted Dharma without literature. The observations of the study concluded three characteristics in Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s literary view: 1. practicing Humanistic Buddhism as literature by holding true to the original intents of Buddha 2. promoting Dharma according to the appropriate object and situation with innovative language and stylistics 3. implementing life literature based on Chinese cultural traditions. Venerable Master Hsing Yun began his literary practice from the period of submission to the Bodhi Tree Magazine when he was hailed as "the literary star of Buddhism" and the works included poetry, prose, theoretical literary, biography, etc. propagated with various modernized modes such as newspaper, magazine, music, broadcast, especially with popular language enabling the ease of Dharma promotion.