This year’s special issue discusses how Chinese Buddhism, one of the oldest and most influential East Asian expressions of the universal Dharma
The Modernization of Faith and Ideology: Victoria Montrose Discusses Japanese Buddhism’s 19th Century Transformation
Victoria Montrose (“Tori” to her friends, a fittingly Japanese epithet) has been immersed in Japanese culture since childhood. Victoria was four when her American father
Tsoknyi Nepal Nuns (TNN) is one of many projects initiated by the revered Nepalese Tibetan Buddhist teacher Venerable Tsoknyi Rinpoche III, a tulku (incarnate lama) in the
There are many exciting aspects to Chinese president Xi Jinping’s ambitious development framework known as “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR).* A Eurasian economic resurgence could
The idea for this special issue originated a year or so ago in our editorial chief executive’s office on the ground floor of Wang Fat Ching She, the Buddhist temple in Hong Kong where Buddhistdoor Global is based.