Life, Death and Enlightenment 「生‧死‧覺悟」工作坊


Professor Tsomo received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Hawai‘i, Manoa. In addition, she studied at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives and the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics in Dharamsala, India for 15 years. Professor Tsomo’s doctoral research focused on death and identity in China and Tibet. She is the author of Sisters in Solitude: Two Traditions of Monastic Ethics for Women and Into the Jaws of Yama, Lord of Death: Buddhism, Bioethics, and Death, and numerous articles, including "Gender Equity and Human Rights,” and “Global Exchange: Women in the Transmission and Transformation of Buddhism.”

Ven. Chang Lin, formerly known as Alain Yip, is a reputable professional photographer in Hong Kong who graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic (now Hong Kong Polytechnic University) studying Design. With 50 years of experience in photography, he is a Founder and Honorary Member of the ‘Hong Kong Institute of Professional Photographers’. His works were widely featured in various media, exhibitions and his photography publications. He also taught photography courses to share his experience with others.

In 2009, he decided to give up all his fame and fortune and went to Taiwan to start his monastic life. Ven. Chang Lin now leads meditation retreats around the world, helping others incorporate meditation into their daily lives.


Ven SHI Chuan Deng is the disciple of Ven SIK Yin Yeung. Ven SHI is continuing her late Master's mission to care and accompany the sick and those in perplexity through their vicissitudes of life.Through meditation, life education, and her writings she teaches the public to realise the meaning of life.

Date: July 24, 7-9pm Session 1 Understanding Death and Impermanence
July 26, 7-9pm Session 2 Understanding the Nature of Consciousness
July 28, 2-5pm Session 3 Life and Death * (workshop by Ven. Chuan Deng) (Cantonese)
July 31, 7-9pm Session 4 Foundations of Buddhist Ethics
Aug 2, 7-9pm Session 5 Death and Enlightenment in Tibet
Aug 4, 2-5pm Session 6 The Transition Between Life and Death * (workshop by Ven. Chang Lin (Cantonese)
(all other classes are conducted in English with Cantonese translation)

Venue: The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong
28/F Pacific Plaza, 410 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong

Organizer: The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong



Fee: Refundable Deposit of HK$500
(full deposit will be refunded upon FULL attendance of all classes and workshops. Attendance will be checked at the end of each class / workshop)

Payment Instructions: Kindly settle the payment by CASH / CASH CHEQUE (1) at the registration counter starting at 6:30pm on 24 July 2018; (2) at the office at The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong (28/F Pacific Plaza, 410 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong) during office hours (Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am - 1:00pm, 2:00 - 6:00pm) before the workshop. Kindly settle the deposit in advance to ensure successful reservation in the workshop as the places are on a first-come first-serve basis.)

Quota: 70 participants (First-come First Serve)

Enquiries: +852 2673 0001 /


慧空法師於夏威夷大學馬諾阿主校獲博士學位,曾於印度達蘭沙拉西藏資料圖書館及佛教辯證學院學習。慧空法師博士論文集中研究中國及西藏死亡及身分,她亦為《獨處姊妹:兩傳承女性佛教修道倫理》、《進入閻摩之掌》、《死神:佛教、生物倫理與死亡》作者, 著有《性別平等與人權》、《全球交流:傳播與轉變中的佛教的女性》等數篇文章。





日期: 七月二十四日晚上七時正至九時正 第一節 認識無常與死亡
七月二十六日晚上七時正至九時正 第二節 認識「識」之本質
七月二十八日下午二時正至五時正 第三節 「生」與「死」 * (傳燈法師工作坊) (粵語)
七月三十一日晚上七時正至九時正 第四節 佛教倫理基礎
八月二日晚上七時正至九時正 第五節 西藏死亡與覺悟觀
八月四日下午二時正至五時正 第六節 生命與死亡的轉折 * (常霖法師工作坊) (粵語)

地點: 香港佛法中心

主辦: 香港佛法中心



費用: 保證金港幣五百元正 (出席全部課節及工作坊者可獲全額發還保證金。每場最後會有工作人員檢查參加者出席情況)

繳款方法: 保證金可以現金或現金支票支付。參加者可於 (1) 七月二十四日晚上六時三十分起於登記處支付;(2) 工作坊於辦工時間(星期一至五早上十時正至下午一時正、下午二時正至六時正)親身來臨香港佛法中心(香港德輔道西410號太平洋廣場28樓)支付。煩請於工作坊前支付保證金以確認留位。

人數: 七十人 (先到先得)

查詢: +852 2673 0001 /