The “first of its kind” conference on the heritage of Buddhism in the region is aimed at deepening ties among countries that represent nearly half of the world’s people.
At least 21 people have been killed by government forces during an attack on a Buddhist monastery in Myanmar’s southern Shan State, the BBC has reported.
Elon Musk’s cryptic bedside image with a vajra ritual implement invokes an overlapping relationship between Western right-wing movements and reactionary convert communities
An examination of the need for solidarity and compassion on the path to fundamental change
Sayadaw Ashin Arriyawuntha Biwunsa was one of Myanmar’s most accomplished and respected monks
Looking at how Buddhism has treated nationalism, from ancient empires to modern countries and contemporary movements
Army helicopters supporting the military junta that seized power in Myanmar more than a year ago reportedly killed at least 13 people, including 11 children,
Engaged Buddhism: Ven. Pomnyun Sunim and JTS Volunteers Bring 100,000 Gas Stoves to Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh
The Korean Seon (Zen) master and engaged Buddhist Venerable Pomnyun Sunim, founder and chairman of the international relief organization Join Together Society (JTS), led a
The junta that overthrew Myanmar’s elected government in 2021 has detained at least 56 Buddhist monks for speaking out against the coup in the last
International Network of Engaged Buddhists Issues Statement Urging Compassion and an End to Violence in Myanmar
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) has issued a public statement calling for compassionate restraint and respect for the sanctity of life in Myanmar
Buddhists around the world celebrated the beginning of the three-month rains retreat (Vassavasa) on 13 July. The three-month rains retreat for monks and nuns begins