An Evening with Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo: “When Your Detour Becomes Your Life’s Path”

Date: 28 JuneTime: 18:00 PDT (09:00 HKT)SIGN UP FOR OUR TALK FOR FREE On 28 June at 18:00 PDT, BDG will be hosting California-based Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo, teacher and master of the art of silk appliqué thangkas, for a Zoom talk titled, “When Your Detour Becomes Your Life’s Path.” Leslie will discuss her upcoming book Threads of […]

Life, Happiness, and the Master of Buddhist Studies at HKU

Since 2002, the University of Hong Kong’s Centre of Buddhist Studies has remained Hong Kong’s premier institute for Buddhist Studies, with an ever-expanding community of international alumni. Now, enrolments are open for applications for the Master of Buddhist Studies (MBS) program of 2022-23. BDG is proud to work with CBS to present these testimonials from […]

Myanmar Art Fundraiser in NYC from 9-11 December

Artists Against Tyranny is launching a project with three different components to support Burmese artists, humanitarian efforts in Myanmar, and the country’s democratic movement.  An art exhibit featuring art from Myanmar artists at the Jane Lombard Gallery at 58 White Street, New York City from 9-11 December. Gallery-goers will have the option to purchase the artwork […]

Announcement: The Practice of 21 Tara, with Khenchen Tsewang Gyatso Rinpoche

Yayasan Pema Norbu Vihara (YPNV) is delighted to invite you to a precious teaching on the practice of the 21 Tara. This teaching is being given one of the most senior Buddhist luminaries of the Nyingma tradition and the Palyul Lineage, Khenchen Tsewang Gyatso Rinpoche. During this Zoom event, attendees have the precious opportunity to […]

Design for Wisdom: 84000 hosts a “Doodle” Contest

Preservationists of Tibetan Buddhist Canon crowdsource a doodle to Milton Glaser logo New York: August 26, 2019— The year 2020 will mark 84000: Translating the Words of the Buddha’s first 10 year anniversary, and in a two-month contest respectfully inspired by Google’s homepage doodles, 84000 is crowdsourcing a temporary “doodle” for their existing logo, designed by the globally […]

Hong Kong’s Buddhists Plug into the Belt and Road Initiative

By Arun Kumar Yadav Over the past few years, several major Buddhist institutions in Hong Kong, including the famous Chan monastery of Po Lin, have expressed their interest in participating in China’s monumental Belt and Road Initiative. Another such group is the Institute of Maitreya Studies, a non-governmental organization based in Hong Kong. On its […]

Buddhistdoor Global Moves to New Premises

Dear readers and friends of Buddhistdoor Global, After more than a decade based at the Buddhist temple Wang Fat Ching She (WFCS) in Hong Kong, Buddhistdoor Global has moved to new offices so that the 80-year-old WFCS can undergo extensive renovations. Administered by the charitable organization Tung Lin Kok Yuen since 1960, WFCS was built in 1938 by the Buddhist householder […]

Buddhism and Youth: A Symposium

University of British Columbia • November 4, 2017 There are Buddhist monastic rules, stories, and teachings that directly address those of lesser years and the issues that are thought to be unique to their stage of life. And Buddhist individuals and groups have created literature, activities, and organizations for boys, girls, and young people in general. Although young people have appeared throughout Buddhist history, Buddhists have engaged most […]