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Nurturing the Roots of Chinese Buddhism in Africa
Humanistic Buddhism comes to Madagascar, Malawi, Tanzania, and many other countries
Uploaded 29 Dec 2016
An Illuminating Exhibition on the Transmission of Buddhist Art at the Palace Museum in Beijing
From India to China, a history in Buddhist sculpture
Uploaded 25 Nov 2016
Attending the Bhikshuni Ordination in Taiwan - 12 November–17 December 2015
Ordaining in the Mahayana tradition as a Vajrayana practitioner
Uploaded 10 Jun 2016
Three Ways to Believe - Initial Faith in Pure Land Buddhism
Comprehending the Dharma and rebirth in the Land of Bliss
Uploaded 22 Jan 2016
Zu Lai Temple: The Largest Buddhist Temple in South America
Brazil's Zu Lai Temple is the first branch of Fo Guang Shan Monastery (Buddha’s Light Mountain Monastery) in South America, and is acknowledged as the largest Buddhist temple on the continent.
Uploaded 21 Dec 2015
The Prince-Monk of Parthia: The Legacy of An Shigao
He came from ArsakesHe came, his camel’s bells jingling, Eastwards from enigmatic Persian lands.   He descended from his royal throne, Sparrows twittering as his brick-red robe fell acr
Uploaded 14 Feb 2014
The Legacy of Ch’an Master Xu Yun (1840-1959)
Master Xu Yun had an extraordinary and very long life. He lived into his 120th year, and his life spanned two centuries and three dynasties. It is a belief within traditional Chinese culture that the
Uploaded 1 Aug 2013
Synergy or Collision: University students encountering Buddhism in China
Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 3, April 2007. In this paper, my goal is to examine the relationship between university students and Buddhism in
Uploaded 17 Apr 2013
The Spread of Buddhism over Asia
A survey of how Buddhist iconography became part of Asian art and culture
Uploaded 28 Oct 2010
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