Late Qing Master Taixu, recognized as the leader of Buddhist reform movement, and several Buddhist intellectuals collaborated to remodel and revive Buddhist culture in Early Republic of China. The cooperation between the clerical and secular circles set a new milestone for the development of Buddhism since Sui Dynasty and Tang Dynasty. In late Qing Dynasty, the Chinese Buddhist community strived to reform the ancient Sangha system. The intellectual communities in China and oversea recognize the efforts of Master Taixu. Master Taixu promoted “Life Buddhism” as the core value of the Buddhist revival movement in early Republic of China. “Life Buddhism” encourages a more proactive approach to improve local society with Buddhism. Master Taixu considered that an ideal Buddhist, who follows the teaching of life Buddhism, and guides individual with a more scientific approach. The Buddhist scholar adopted Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s San-min Doctrine. The Master considered its teaching to be an inspiring reference for “Life Buddhism” which will help to enhance the Buddhist communities. The reconsolidation of the Sangha system, in fact, focused on the amendment of its rule and thus improve the process of training and qualification. Master Taixu aspired that the integration of western philosophy and the spirits of Buddhism will not only effectively spread Buddha’s wisdom, but also cradle more new-blood of professionals.