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Senso-ji: A Buddhist Temple for the People
The history and relevance of Japan’s most visited Buddhist temple
Uploaded 13 Apr 2017
Lotus Tour of the Silk Road, 15–23 October 2016: Wuwei City Museum
A journey into the history of Buddhism in China
Uploaded 24 Mar 2017
The Making of Buddhist Wood Sculptures in China
A deeper examination of Buddhist statuary in Chinese history
Uploaded 27 Jan 2017
The Many Forms of Avalokiteshvara
The most widely revered bodhisattva
Uploaded 25 Nov 2016
Pin drop silence: a 21st-century Avalokiteshvara at the Met
The concept of a modern or contemporary Tibetan art is a relatively fresh phenomenon arising out of the second half of the 20th century. The work of artists like Tenzing Rigdol and Gonkar Gyatso recen
Uploaded 23 Jul 2014
Tenfold Recitation in Pure Land: Rebirth on the Lowest Level of the Lowest Grade
Rebirth by Amitabha-recitation in 10 times   Master Tanluan (476-542 CE), a prominent patriarch in Pure Land Buddhism, interpreted ‘reciting Amitabha ten times’ with an analytical s
Uploaded 9 May 2014
A Gem of an Album from Dechen Shak-Dagsay
Jewel: Joyful Heart through Precious Tibetan Mantras, 2011. Dechen Shak-Dagsay/Van Dyk Music World Music/Tibet Distributed in Europe by SILENZIO MUSIC AG Badstrasse131 / D-91349 Egloffstein (Germany
Uploaded 18 Jan 2013
On Sacred Tides: Maritime Buddhism and moving from the Silk Road to a “Great Circle”
Imagine you’re about to sail the azure sea and reap its more positive maritime possibilities: trade, prosperity, or perhaps cultural exchange. But have you thought about the perilous journeys
Uploaded 1 May 2012
Buddhist Inspiration for this Chinese Artist: Sun Guangyi
Mainland Chinese artist, Mr. Sun Guangyi, exhibits almost annually at the Sin Sin Fine Art Gallery in Hong Kong. Over the years, a very special relationship has developed between the artist
Uploaded 1 Jan 2011
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