For many Singaporeans aged 60 and above, 1969 is perhaps most memorable as a year of race riots and widespread floods.* Indeed, it was a
Our initial motive for documenting the lives of Tibetan Buddhist nuns through our photography stemmed from the fact that for many years, the Western world
One needs to take a long view—one that spans vast distances and many centuries—to appreciate the context of the Cham dance traditions that were preserved
The small van drove through the archway of the monastery where I had been ordained and spent four years of my life as a monk.
Recent public statements by senior politicians and prominent monks in Myanmar suggest that the country’s mainstream monastic sangha appears to be winning its public relations
Thailand’s Khao Phansa festival marks the beginning of the annual, three-month rains retreat for monastics (Pali: vassavasa), beginning the day after the full moon of the
Researching endangered dance traditions as I do, it is usual to chronicle the problems, challenges of discovery, along with the qualities of vanishing practices. So