Cornered by riot police at both ends of an underpass in central Kuala Lumpur, Vienna Looi smelled tear gas begin to fill the enclosed space.
Dharma Sharing: Ven. Pomnyun Sunim to Give First In-Person Teachings in Europe and North America since the Pandemic
The revered Korean Dharma master and social activist Venerable Pomnyun Sunim (법륜스님), will undertake his first tour of Europe and the US since the pandemic.
A college student in the US reflects on her first encounter with the Buddhdharma
MiaoLan Lee is fighting to keep her Buddhist temple, which city officials say violates building codes and must be demolished
A US college student considers the role of religious literacy in the 21st century
Manzheeva’s incredible film sheds new light on the dramatic story of the Buddhist monk and scholar Geshe Wangyal
A college student in the US examines her relationship with activism and Buddhism, and understanding engaged Buddhism as a form of practice
In the wake of social media outrage over footage showing the Dalai Lama hug and kiss an Indian student, Buddhist leaders have protested against what they describe as a misrepresentation of an innocent interaction.