A Talk on The Road
to Being a Bodhi-Sattva
By Master Jen-Chun

Date: Thursday, September 14, 2006

Time: 6PM to 8PM

Place: CUNY Graduate Center - Elebash Recital Hall
365 Fifth Avenue (Corner of 34th Street), Manhattan


Master Jen-Chun, Bodhi Monastery's founder and spiritual leader, has writ-ten extensively on the Buddha Dharma and has lectured throughout the United States and in many other countries around the world. Born in Jiangsu Province, China, in 1919, he embraced the monastic life at age 7 under the guidance of Ven. Master Chuan-Dao. In 1949, he moved to Hong Kong where he met Master Yin-Shun and became his disciple. He then moved with Master Yin-Shun to Taiwan where he taught at the Fu-yan Buddhist Academy. For approximately the last 20 years, Master Jen-Chun has led a simple life in New Jersey, teaching numerous followers. His goal is to create a pure form of Buddhism in the United States by emphasizing the study and practice of Dharma instead of ritual practices and ceremonies.

Contact Information
Phone: 917-301-1132
Email: contactus@bodhimonastery.net
URL: www.bodhimonastery.net



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