It is difficult not to admire the candor of the Centre of Buddhist Studies’ Director at Hong Kong University. Last year, Venerable Hin Hung had
Space is endless and the number of worlds is infinite, for all are in mutual counterpoise like a network of innumerable beads. – Master Taixu,
Legend says that in the 6th century C.E., Bodhidharma, the First Ancestor of Chinese Zen, slipped across the Yangtze River on a blade of grass.
During the 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China President Hu Jintao emphasized the importance of reviving the Chinese culture for future development. President
Editor’s note: Eric Johns (Dharma name: Hin Lic) is a lay Buddhist who chronicled his retreats and visits to masters in China throughout the latter months
Editor’s note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 3, April 2007. In this paper, my goal is to examine the
In a recent Hong Kong University seminar titled “Buddhism’s position in the 21st Century” (?G???@?@?????k???w??), Ven. Hin Hung and his guests (Ven. Dhammapala, author Leung Man Tao, and upasako Walter