Senju-ji, the head temple of the Takada school of Shinshu Buddhism, has launched an immersive 360-degree CGI imagining of the Pure Land of Amitabha Buddha.
The Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism has announced plans to restore a 1,300-year-old statue of the Buddha that is believed to have been toppled 600 years ago.
More than a thousand Buddhist monastics and lay practitioners gathered at Tu Hieu Temple in Vietnam to commemorate the passing of Thich Nhat Hanh.
Awakening to our oneness with all life and working toward the elimination of suffering
Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Marks 25 Years of Poverty Relief and Refugee Aid in Jordan
The Taiwanese humanitarian organization Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has marked 25 years of providing poverty relief and aid for refugees in Jordan.
Dalai Lama Lays Foundation for “Dalai Lama Centre for Tibetan and Indian Ancient Wisdom” in Bodh Gaya
New center aimed at fostering peace through the teachings and practices of Indian and Tibetan thought
Are the Sustainable Development Goals Today’s “Opium of the Masses?” An Interview with Prof. Kohei Saito
The philosophy of Buddhist economics and the path to a sustainable civilization
The revered Korean Seon (Zen) master Venerable Pomnyun Sunim will conduct a live-streamed Dharma talk on 18 December