We should be happy to experience disease in our body or mind. Through experiencing a more serious disease, we offer more sympathy to others. In arousing a more compassionate mind, we more deeply understand Amitabha. Knowing compassion, we are inspired by Buddha’s compassion and kindness. - Master Huijing
Tuesday 26 March 2019 (HKT)

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A Dialogue about Lineage in the Pure Land School

A Dialogue about Lineage in the Pure Land School

Alan Kwan
A conversation between two Pure Land practitioners
The King of the East: Jikokuten Iconography

The King of the East: Jikokuten Iconography

Michael Van Hartingsveldt
Protectors of the Buddhist cosmos
Science Fiction: The Creative Battlefront for Human Dignity

Science Fiction: The Creative Battlefront for Human Dignity

Raymond Lam
Meeting the evolving challenges of an increasingly technologized world
Who is Padmasambhava?

Who is Padmasambhava?

Anam Thubten Rinpoche
A treasured Dharmic legacy
Tara: A Powerful Feminine Force in the Buddhist Pantheon

Tara: A Powerful Feminine Force in the Buddhist Pantheon

Meher McArthur
Exquisite and potent representations of female spirituality
How to Become a Writer: Combine Orientalism with a Divination Master, and Stir

How to Become a Writer: Combine Orientalism with a Divination Master, and Stir

V. R. Sasson
Encounters on a Buddhist path to writing
Poetic Symbiosis in the Midst of Global Deforestation

Poetic Symbiosis in the Midst of Global Deforestation

Nina Müller
The need for conservation based on interconnection
Buddhistdoor View: Refining the Art of Being Human

Buddhistdoor View: Refining the Art of Being Human

Buddhistdoor Global
Why the humanities matter to spiritual and material wellbeing
Brain Computer Interfaces and the Need for Mindfulness

Brain Computer Interfaces and the Need for Mindfulness

Paola Di Maio
What Buddhism can teach science about ethics and mind transmissions
Tracing the Contours of Buddhism in America with Ann Gleig

Tracing the Contours of Buddhism in America with Ann Gleig

Justin Whitaker
The evolution of American Dharma
Lama Rod Owens on Social Justice, Rest, and Resilience

Lama Rod Owens on Social Justice, Rest, and Resilience

Sarah C. Beasley
Authentic expression through the Buddhadharma

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25 Mar 2019
Investigation underway into conduct and practices at the temple
22 Mar 2019
His Holiness urges public to resist hatred and fear and cultivate warm-heartedness
21 Mar 2019
Buddhist studies and Classical Tibetan language programs running this summer
20 Mar 2019
Foreign ministry states that reincarnation subject to Chinese laws and regulations
19 Mar 2019
Exhibition a collaboration between Lorraine Capparell and Prof. Ronald Y. Nakasone

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Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 25 Mar 2019
Imagery and Iconography
By Michael Van Hartingsveldt
Uploaded 23 Mar 2019
Dharma Gossip
By Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Uploaded 21 Mar 2019
Buddhist Art
By Meher McArthur
Uploaded 20 Mar 2019
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