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Tracing Artistic Developments from India to China: An Introduction to Zhou Mingqun’s Collection of Buddhist Art
A glimpse into the Buddhist art market through a collector's eyes
Uploaded 23 Nov 2017
Shakubuku! The Advent of Nichiren Buddhism in India
A history of Nichiren Buddhism in India since 1931
Uploaded 18 Aug 2017
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
Threads of Generosity — The Work of Artist Lee Mingwei
Buddhist expression in sound and beauty
Uploaded 17 Mar 2017
Art Sutra: Do Higher Prices Mean a Higher Path?
The intangible value of Buddhism's ancient heritage
Uploaded 3 Mar 2017
The Contemporary Newar Art Movement of the Kathmandu Valley
The renaissance of Buddhist art in Nepal
Uploaded 13 Jan 2017
Cosmic Contemplations: A Glimpse of Japan’s Rare Star Mandalas
Exquisite, extraordinary manifestations of Buddhist expression
Uploaded 2 Sep 2016
The Light of the Lotus Moon: The Art and Wisdom of Otagaki Rengetsu
“Fluttering Merrily” by Otagaki Rengetsu, Japan, 1840s–50s, calligraphy and painting in ink on paper mounted as a hanging scroll; Private Collection, Switzerland             
Uploaded 19 Sep 2014
Kintsugi: Fix a Broken Heart with Gold!
I recently read that kintsugi is a Japanese art form where broken pottery is fixed with a lacquer resin sprinkled with powdered gold. Once the broken potte
Uploaded 25 Nov 2013
Save the Best for Last!
Yesterday I gave my daughter some chocolates. She quickly gobbled up a few and kept her favorite one for later. I asked her why she had kept her favorite one, and had she not particularly liked the fi
Uploaded 29 Aug 2013
Parent's Instruction Manual
My new iPhone came in a beautiful box all nicely packed with all the accessories and the user guide.  It’s working well and once in a while when I have trouble figuring out something I imme
Uploaded 29 Aug 2013
How to handle slander and gossip
Life coach Shveitta Sharma tackles gossip in the office and social life
Uploaded 22 Jun 2013
Buddhist Books in Hong Kong
  Buddhism entered into the Western zeitgeist a long time ago.  People speak of trying to “be Zen” or maintaining “good karma” to various degrees of seriousness, with many only having
Uploaded 1 Feb 2013
The Death of Pali – A tale of Yunnan, conservation, and urgency with Eisel Mazard
Editor’s note: Eisel Mazard is a Pāli scholar who has travelled extensively through Southeast Asia. In this interview, he shared with me his personal struggles in the volatile regions of Southea
Uploaded 15 Jan 2013
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