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An Early Modern Buddhist Novel: Alexandra David-Neel’s Hidden Fictional Diary of an Actress
A missing link of the entangled literary history of theater and Buddhism in the West recovered
Uploaded 19 Nov 2018
<i>Power and Beauty</i>: Robert Wilson Takes On the Last Dynasty
When avant-garde theater and Chinese art collide
Uploaded 6 Oct 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
Senso-ji: A Buddhist Temple for the People
The history and relevance of Japan’s most visited Buddhist temple
Uploaded 13 Apr 2017
Samurai and Monks: Lessons in Impermanence
Examining the Tale of Heike
Uploaded 24 Mar 2017
The Gift of Sight, the Gift of Dhamma
Changing lives through compassion
Uploaded 29 Jul 2016
The Lotus is a Form of Dance: Reverend Teijo Munnich
Exploring feminine spirituality within the Zen tradition
Uploaded 15 Apr 2016
Mithuru Mithuro - A Compassionate Friend to Drug Addicts in Sri Lanka
Extending the Buddhist hand of compassion
Uploaded 8 Apr 2016
Beauty and Sadness: Reflections on a Japanese Noh Play
A sublime expression of the Wheel of Life and Death
Uploaded 4 Mar 2016
A Reluctant Buddhist: How it Took Me Eight Years to Start Practicing in This Life, Part II
The second part of Sally’s spiritual journey
Uploaded 13 Nov 2015
Painting the Eight Auspicious Symbols for the Dalai Lama
The fulfillment and joy of pursuing the path of a thangka artist
Uploaded 6 Nov 2015
The Active Buddhist: George Takei
Calling all Trekkies!   If you’re a fan of the original Star Trek TV series (and movies), then you’ll be familiar with the jet black hair and yellow ocher bodysuit of Hikaru Sulu. N
Uploaded 13 Feb 2015
Buddhist Perspective on Misbehaviors or Crimes
How to recover from betraying one's own morality
Uploaded 26 Apr 2013
Buddhist Film Festival Europe: Amsterdam, October 1st – 3rd 2011
Amsterdam's red light district and apparent openness to brownies, liberal sex and hemp are a self-parody. They are a conscious joke (albeit an economically beneficial one) by the city’s tourism
Uploaded 2 Nov 2011
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