Time: 8:30AM to 4:00PM

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

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Co-sponsored by the CUNY Graduate Center’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, and supported by the Larm Shi Tam Memorial Fund, this all-day conference will introduce lay people, especially the faculty and student body at CUNY, to the practice of present-day Buddhism, and present discussions revolving around the following two themes:

“The pure nature of civilization is altruism which brings enlightenment.”

 

“The true meaning of culture is the penetration of the self which brings peace.”

Topics to be covered include:

Towards a Better Tomorrow

 

Meditation - A Way to Inner Peace

 

Dependent Origination: Leading towards Right Understanding and Wisdom of Cessation of Suffering

 

Anatman - The Buddhist Doctrine of No-Soul

 

Karma and Rebirth

Speakers and panelists at the forum include venerable experts from various Buddhist monasteries, and faculty members from the City University of New York.

Speakers
Master Jen-Chun (Bodhi Monastery)
Venerable Man-Kuang (Fo Guang Shan Monastery)
Venerable Ji-Xing (Buddhist Association of the U.S.)
Professor Gopal Sukhu (Queens College, CUNY)
Venerable Bhikkhu Vūpasama (Vūpasamana Anuvicca Arañña Vihāra)
Reverend Ani Kunga Chodron (George Washington University)

CUNY Alumni Support
Dharma Master Dayi (Abbot, Cham Shan Temple)

Buddhism References
www.ymba.org
www.chamshantemple.org
www.blia.org, www.ibps.org
www.arahant-usa.org
www.yinshun.org
www.baus.org

www.chan1.org

 

 


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Conference Committee
Grace Chiang
Helen Chiang
Anne Kong
Richard Pun
Margaret Tam
Thomas Tam
Agnes Wu
Lynn Wu

Conference Coordinator
Antony Wong

 

 
  
 
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