Shi Meng Can (1915-2017), the eminent monk in Han Buddhism of this era, has been to Tibet for Dharma learning for ten years, but there is no comprehensive introduction for this experience available. In order to make up for this regret, the researcher seized an opportunity to conduct an oral history interview on 22 February 2011, when Ven. Meng Can was at the age of 97. Collected, recorded in person, and learned the multiple particularities and importance of his experience. First, before Ven. Meng Can went to Tibet, he had a longing for and the willingness to understand Tibetan Buddhism already, in the meantime also to escape from the Japanese army under that circumstance, he was able to arrive Tibet with some financial support. Secondly, Ven. Meng Can is the only Han monk who arrived Tibet via Hong Kong and then marine traffic through India, eventually from Darjeeling to Tibet. Thirdly, although Ven. Meng Can lived in the Gelug monastery in Tibet, he was learning in the institute in his own way, more or less sitting in as an auditor only. Therefore, he also had the chance to visit some extraordinary people in the north of Tibet, etc. Later, after the situation in Tibet changed, he went to the Xikang Tibetan Area to continue his learning. Fourth, before arriving Tibet, Ven. Meng Can had studied in Han Buddhism for quite a long time, because of which he had his own perception and view on Tibetan Buddhism, that was quite different from other Han monks, who dedicated themselves in Tibetan Buddhism learning. Therefore, not only for the reason what prompted him to go to Tibet at that time, the route he took, and how was his study in Tibet, they are different from the other contemporary Han monks' Tibetan experience of Dharma learning. This experience in the history of modern Chinese Buddhism, is of special significance.