An imaginary audience with two early pioneers of Buddhist culture in the West
This year’s expo seeks to draw on ritual to bridge the gap between the lives of ordinary Koreans and the Buddhism offered by temples and monasteries
The Guadalupe Buddhist Church, a member of the Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Churches of America, drew Buddhists from several communities together in celebration
A centuries-old bronze mirror at the Cincinnati Art Museum has revealed an illuminating secret, reflecting a diaphanous Buddha image
Korea’s annual Yeondeunghoe (연등회), popularly known as the Lotus Lantern Festival, marking the birth of the Buddha, has once again illuminated Seoul.
The Association of Korean Buddhist Orders has announced the publication of Buddhist National Treasures of Korea. This new 480-page volume of cultural heritage catalogues the
New Hire Brings Inclusive Offerings to William & Mary Philosophy Faculty as College Celebrates Asian Centennial
Dr. Laura Guerrero discusses bringing Buddhist thought into conversation with academic philosophical conversations on values, reality, and life
Two stupas were built in Kalmykia this year: the Lotus Stupa and the Stupa of the Descent from Tushita Heaven, both consecrated by Telo Tulku Rinpoche.
Buddhists cite a lack of places to worship, religious teachers, and government support