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Dalai Lama Offers Simple Advice for Life in Isolation: Meditation and Compassion
Our basic human nature may be changed, says the Tibetan spiritual leader
Uploaded 28 May 2020
Telo Tulku Rinpoche Gives His First Online Teaching to Mark the Beginning of Saka Dawa
Rinpoche urges Buddhists to use this challenging time as a positive opportunity
Uploaded 25 May 2020
Korean Buddhists Cancel Lotus Lantern Festival as Pandemic Caution Lingers
Recent COVID-19 cluster prompts renewed caution amid Buddhist celebrations
Uploaded 22 May 2020
Former Director of Thailand’s National Office of Buddhism Sentenced to 94 Years in Prison
Sentencing concludes three years of controversy within the kingdom’s religious office
Uploaded 21 May 2020
Buddhists Express Concern Over Using Bodh Gaya as Coronavirus Quarantine Site
Tourism and pilgrimage hub to host stranded Indian returnees
Uploaded 19 May 2020
Buddhist Monks in Cambodia and Thailand Limit Religious Services Amid Pandemic
Monastics adapt to life in the shadow of the coronavirus
Uploaded 15 May 2020
Buddhist Temples Become Soup Kitchens Across Thailand
Move aimed at easing economic suffering of many affected by the pandemic
Uploaded 14 May 2020
Vietnamese Buddhists in California and New York Manufacture Face Shields for Hospitals in Need
Monastics and laity from two temples put compassion into action for healthcare workers
Uploaded 12 May 2020
International Interfaith Dialogue Award and Carmelite and Chan/Zen Interfaith Conference Postponed to 2021
Delay aimed at helping to ensure the health and travel abilities of speakers and attendees
Uploaded 8 May 2020
Dalai Lama Urges Greater Inter-religious Understanding in Vesak Message
His Holiness urges people to put beliefs into practice for this and future global crises
Uploaded 7 May 2020
His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Other Buddhist Leaders Answer “The Call to Unite”
Tibetan spiritual leader urges us to see COVID-19 as a common human challenge
Uploaded 5 May 2020
Lighting the Mahabodhi Project Reaches Funding Target, Khyentse Foundation Says
Ambitious initiative expected to be completed on time and within budget
Uploaded 4 May 2020
Buddhist teachers form “Dharma Relief” to Raise over US$500,000 in Response to Coronavirus
Funds will go to acquire protective masks for frontline medical workers in North America
Uploaded 23 Apr 2020
Korea Resumes Some Buddhist Temple-stay Programs as Social-distancing Rules Ease
Religious organizations in Korea restart some public services
Uploaded 22 Apr 2020
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