Love makes us stronger, a book on volunteers at Longquan Monastery, was recently published.
A delegation of 14 Bhiksus, Bhiksunis and laypeople from Plum Village Mindfulness Practice Centers of Thailand and Hong Kong visited Longquan Monastery on October 12.
Ven. Master Xuecheng, President of the Buddhist Association of China, and his delegation arrived in Ningbo, a city known for the “southeastern Buddhist land,” on Oct. 11, to attend the 19th China-Japan-South Korea Buddhist Exchange Conference.
Bohua Temple, an African branch of Longquan Monastery, held a Double Ninth Filial Piety Dharma Assembly on October 9 (Botswana local time).
Guanghua Temple in Putian witnessed the opening ceremony for the 2016 fresh monks from Fujian Buddhist Academy on October 8, 2016. Ven. Master Xuecheng put forward three points of expectation for them.
Panchen Erdeni paid his first visit to Beijing on Apr. 27, 1951 with his entourage. He was given warm reception by the central government during his over one-month stay in Beijing. Afterwards, he visited a few other cities including Tianji...
Xi’an, once the capital city for six different dynasties including the Tang Dynasty in China, resembles a vital part of Chinese culture and history. In the midst of the many Han Buddhist temples in this city, there is also a monastery for...
The magazine of Modern Buddhist Studies played a vital role in enabling and assisting both theoretical studies and practical application of Buddhism teachings. It was compiled by the Modern Buddhism Society, which was founded on Jun. 18, 1...
The Modern Buddhism magazine released its first issue on Sept. 15th, 1950 in Beijing. It was the first official publication of The Buddhist Association of China (BAC) and the only national level Buddhism publication since the foundation of...