Raymond Lam

Raymond Lam

Raymond Lam is senior writer at Buddhistdoor Global and also plans, writes, and edits its Tea House sub-site. He reports and comments on a diverse range of interests concerning the Buddhist world. He studied religion at UQ, Brisbane and earned his MA in Buddhist Studies at SOAS, London. A lay Buddhist, he is a director or trustee of several religious non-profits.

Music and Spirituality

Humanity has invested awesome amounts of energy and emotion into  music. Many will relate playing or listening to music as something akin to a spiritual

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Rebirth in a Holy Lotus

This column is dedicated to Grandmaster Rong Ling of Guan Yin Temple and Ven. Dhammapala, director of Buddhistdoor.com.  This article is a reflection on the

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Is Tradition Irrelevant?

Last Thursday there was a debate held about the relevance of classical music in contemporary British society. The motion at the Cambridge Union was aptly put as,

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