From the Japan Times comes a report on “Buddhism 3.0” and the two priests who came up with the idea.
Ananda Wahihana Palliya Guruge, a Sri Lankan diplomat and Buddhist scholar, passed away yesterday at age 85.
Imogen Heap goes to Bhutan for “the amazing scenery, to meet people I didn’t know much about, and to discover a new culture.”
The Dalai Lama’s Middle Way Approach, or Umaylam, which aims to peacefully resolve the issue of Tibet’s relationship to China.
It’s a conundrum: How does a monk forbidden from directly accepting or handling cash receive donations on behalf of the sangha?
The Zen Peacemakers site reports today that Pia Gyger, a psychologist and Zen teacher in the White Plum Sangha lineage, has passed away.
The Zen Peacemakers Order this week has been honoring one of its stalwart members, Małgorzata (Malgosia) Braunek, who just passed away.
The Tibetan government has proclaimed 2014 to be the “Year of the Dalai Lama” to honor the 25th anniversary of his Nobel Peace Prize.
A Buddhist-led protest march in southwestern Sri Lanka Sunday erupted into riots targeting the local Muslim population in three towns.
Zoketsu Norman Fischer offered contemplative questions to graduates at Stanford University this past Saturday, says the Stanford Report.