Showing results for "Fo Guang Shan"
Re-establishing the fourfold sangha
Uploaded 25 Nov 2016
SPECIAL ISSUE on pioneering Buddhist groups!
Uploaded 25 Dec 2015
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
Ven. Hsin Tao strives for peace and understanding through interfaith dialogue
Uploaded 20 Nov 2015
Chinese Buddhism's contribution to fighting climate change
Uploaded 6 Feb 2015
On 29 November, 8 bhikkhunis and 47 novices were ordained at Thippayasathandhamma Bhikkhuni Arama, a nunnery located on the islet of Koh Yor in Thailand’s Songhkla Province. The ceremony was performed
Uploaded 9 Jan 2015
The vision of Buddhism as a faith for the young and the living (rather than one needed only at death) has spread throughout the Sinophone world, radiating primarily from Taiwanese hubs like Fo Guang S
Uploaded 5 Sep 2014
Interview with Professor Richard Gombrich: “One has to be immune to discouraging trends in Buddhist Studies”
Several years ago, at the end of one of Professor Richard Gombrich’s seminars in Hong Kong, he was asked a question from several members of the public. They were curious to know how someone could devo
Uploaded 4 Aug 2014
From 6 -7 February 2014, the 3rd International Conference Buddhism & Australia was held in Perth’s Trinity College, University of Western Australia. This annual Buddhist conference com
Uploaded 7 Apr 2014
Our conversation with Ven. Hin Hung on the future of Buddhism.
Uploaded 1 Apr 2014
Every Buddhist would find it difficult to contest the idea that Buddhism values spiritual authority. Buddhism’s need for legitimate transmission inevitably means upholding the monastic sangha as the p
Uploaded 24 Sep 2013