Raymond Lam


Raymond Lam is senior writer at Buddhistdoor Global. He has been a Chinese Buddhist layman since 2008. He read religious studies at The School of Oriental and African Studies and The University of Queensland. He became a religion journalist and began working for the Buddhistdoor organization in 2010. He is a trustee of The Heythrop Association.

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  • The TLKY International Conference 2021 Interview Series – Prof. Jin Y. Park 
  • The TLKY International Conference 2021 Interview Series – Dr. Ernest C. H. NG
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  • Prime minister Modi and President Kovind take Asadha Poornima 2021 Online
  • Healing the World with Thangtong Gyalpo’s Prayer
  • Tony Miller’s “The Missing Buddhas”
  • Overturned Alms Bowl: The Buddhist Take on the Myanmar Crisis
  • Buddhist Monastics in Palliative Care: A Milestone Program from Dr. Sneha Rooh
  • “Seven Line Prayer to Guru Padmasambhava” – A Milestone Translation and Song
  • Frederik L. Schodt’s “My Heart Sutra: A World in 260 Characters”
  • Visuals of Compassion: Artist Rima Fujita on her new exhibit, “Karuna”
  • Ajahn Brahm’s “Karunavirus” – A book for these times
  • The Pedagogy of Prajwal Ratna Vajracharya: Student-Teacher Perspectives
  • “Unlocking Buddhist Written Heritage” at the British Library
  • Love and Unity Must Arise to Meet Sorrow and Anxiety
  • Celebration and Mourning: Two Sides of Togetherness
  • Budding Buddha: A Conversation with Artist James Stanford
  • Wry and Kind Piety: Revisiting Donald Scripps in “The History Boys”
  • Rima Fujita: Art and Action
  • Observations on the Indo-Mongolian Buddhist Partnership
  • Mongolia’s Buddhist Diplomacy and India’s Union of Religious and Foreign Policy
  • Different Abilities, Different Individuals: Shifting Perceptions About Disability
  • A Circle of Buddhist Democracies: India’s Buddhist Strategy for Asia
  • Kumarajiva Project: A 60-year Tibetan-Chinese Translation Initiative from Khyentse Foundation
  • Eco-Life Release: The Karmapa’s Conservationist Take on a Popular Tradition
  • Should I Keep Coming Back in the Same Form?
  • Dharamshala’s Cafe129: A Haven of Indo-Korean-Tibetan Friendship
  • Spiritual Melodies: Tully Mackay-Tisbert
  • The Vigil of Silence
  • M. R. Pimpare: A Full Life and a Rich Legacy
  • United State of Buddhist Minds
  • Exemplary Buddhists: Hong Kong’s Sri Lankan Community
  • Shortcomings and Spiritual Renewal
  • The Tech Question Concerns Us All
  • 2019: A Year for Pastoral Caregiving to the World
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  • The Calling of Buddhist Dialogue with the Other
  • What’s in a Name This Lunar New Year?
  • Book Review – “Symbols & Symbolism: Embrace Multiculturalism”
  • Refusing to See Reality in “In the Mood for Love”
  • Why We’re So Unhappy
  • Disenchant and Re-enchant: Spiritual Writing for a Cynical Age
  • Ideas for an Emotionally Mature Life
  • Shveitta Sharma and Adrian Taffiner on Success and Transformation
  • Khamtrul Rinpoche: Living a Blessed Life
  • Indulging in Our Self-Pity
  • The Noble Reporter: Lessons about Right Speech and Media from “Roman Holiday”
  • Embrace your advantages and deploy your blessings for the good of others
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  • Cultural Repatriation of Buddhist Artifacts: A Job for Cool Heads
  • Life, Death… All a Matter of Perspective
  • Pop Culture: The Case for a Greater Buddhist Presence
  • What Happens to Our Karma If We Fall Into a Black Hole?
  • Meaning-crafting: An Emerging Discourse of Buddhist Contemporary Art
  • Buddhist Studies: A Vital Academic Tradition
  • Shaolin (2011): A Guilty Pleasure
  • Identity in “In the Mood for Love” and “2046”
  • What was Possible, and What is no Longer: A Buddhist Dimension in La Dolce Vita
  • Exploration and Freedom: Womanhood, Relationships, and Love
  • Is Pure Land Buddhism a “Mystic” Tradition?
  • Sakyadhita in Hong Kong: Confluences and Reunions
  • Myanmar: Another Square on the Buddhist Chessboard
  • Embodied Women
  • Buddhist Masculinity: Living a Well-Weathered Life
  • Fathers and Sons: The Buddha and King Suddhodana
  • Uncle Toby and the Fly: Compassion for Animals in Tristram Shandy
  • What to Look Forward to This Year
  • The Harp in the Crisp Wind: Intersections of Buddhism and Celtic Christianity
  • Weaving Stories of Dharma and Joy
  • The Sage, the Wayfarer, and the Treasure in the Desert
  • Reflections on Quality of Life at a Buddhist Studies Conference
  • Friendship and Identity: Who is Reuniting with Who?
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  • Dark Night of the Sentient Being
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  • Why I Don’t Believe in Spiritual Experiences
  • My Dear Master

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