Buddhism up close in South and Central America
BDE is Buddhistdoor’s Spanish-language platform, edited by Daniel Millet Gil PhD. Dr. Millet has steered the editorial content and direction of BDE since its inception in 2019. BDE is currently the only website devoted entirely to covering Buddhist developments in the entire Hispanophone world.
- Mexican Buddhism: A Meeting of Cultures, Beliefs, and Perspectives
- Earth Day 2022: Only So Many Chances
- Earth Day 2022: Assemble all Beings
- Christian Zen: Unlikely and Unorthodox, or Universal?
- Women-led Buddha-dharma, from Brazil to Breda
- Soka Gakkai in Latin America: New Frontiers for Women
- Nikkei Dharma: The Story of Jisen Oshiro Roshi
- Building Community: Local Concerns for Local Buddhist Women
- How Dharma-Gaia is steering Hispanic Buddhism on a course of ecological justice
- Circles of Practice: Spanish-speaking Buddhist Women
- Women Leading: Sakyadhita Spain
- Havana Zen: A Japanese Tradition Arises in Cuba
- Blazing a Bodhisattva Trail in Cuba, with Ven. Zhihan
- Mahayana in Cuba: Chinese Forebears
- The Presence of Theravada Buddhism in Cuba
- A New World: Hispanophone Buddhism in Europe and the Americas
This ongoing series of posts highlights the wonders of the Hispanophone Buddhist world from Buddhistdoor en Español (BDE): from the amazing teachers blazing a trail across many countries, to the sincere and supportive sanghas growing in unlikely locations; and from the temples, monasteries, and stupas being built all over the South American continent, to the scholars helping Spanish readers catch up in understanding the Dharmic faith tradition.