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Renaissance or Dead End? The New Debate on Psychedelic Drug Use by North American Buddhists
Do psychedelics have a place in Buddhist practice?
Uploaded 13 Sep 2018
Buddhist Art on Paper: The Unique Painting and Calligraphy Collection of Fan Keqin
Expressions of spirituality in the traditional Chinese art forms of painting and calligraphy
Uploaded 28 Apr 2017
Planetary Healing: Buddhism and World Ecology
2017's special issue on the environment
Uploaded 17 Mar 2017
The Contemporary Newar Art Movement of the Kathmandu Valley
The renaissance of Buddhist art in Nepal
Uploaded 13 Jan 2017
Russia’s Golden Triangle of Buddhism
The flourishing of the Buddhist tradition in the Russian Federation
Uploaded 2 Dec 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>—One Belt, One Road: Ideas for Buddhist Dialogue across Eurasia
Reviving Buddhist exchange along the Silk Road
Uploaded 24 Jun 2016
Science Meets Mind - Imagining a Revolution, with B. Alan Wallace
Seeking to elevate science beyond the material
Uploaded 11 Dec 2015
A Thoughtful Life: Professor Karunadasa Looks Back on His Career, Teaching, and Buddhist Studies
Exclusive interview with Yakupitiyage Karunadas
Uploaded 19 Jun 2015
Buddhism Today and Tomorrow: Challenges and Prospects
In some countries in Asia Buddhism still takes the form that it has assumed for well over a thousand years. Due to its long-standing tradition, many people believe that as a religion it has always bee
Uploaded 2 Jan 2015
Lee Mei-yin holds the keys to a renaissance in appreciating Dunhuang and Buddhist art
Few of us undergo a truly religious experience. Many who do, pass a new milestone in their lives and emerge with a transformed vision of how they should live and act in the world. I can confidently wr
Uploaded 5 Jul 2014
Hong Kong’s cultural scene is ossifying. Fung Lam shows us how to make it vibrant
At 34, Fung Lam has achieved what no other Hong Kong-born composer has done. His music has a distinctive voice that is neither entirely Western nor Eastern. Yet his commissions range from the BBC Phil
Uploaded 12 Jun 2014
Jewel in the Crown: Bengal's Buddhist Revival in the 19th and 20th Centuries
In Buddhist Studies, a narrative I believe to be erroneous dominates the sub-discipline of Indo-Tibetan research. The story goes that Buddhism disappeared from the Indian subcontinent completely after
Uploaded 2 May 2014
Appealing to the Heart: Lee Mei Yin, Ambassador of Buddhist Values
Beauty can serve a spiritual purpose. Presented in the right way, beautiful art can induce in its viewers faith and reverence in the Buddha and his teaching. To present a Buddha image or Buddhist art
Uploaded 22 Jan 2014
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