Ajahn Brahm / Ajahn Brahmavamso Born in London in 1951 and graduated from Cambridge University with First Class Honours in Theoretical Physics, Ajahn Brahm is the Abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery in Australia, among other roles. A disciple of the late meditation master Ajahn Chah who has been a Theravada Buddhist monk for over 40 years, he is a highly sought after speaker who has been invited to give talks at the corporate headquarters of Google and Facebook, as well as the United Nations.
This introductory course is meant for the ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS. Students will be introduced to the Sanskrit Devanagari alphabets and basic Sanskrit grammar required for reading simple Buddhist passages. The focus of this course will be to familiarize students with the basic Buddhist terminologies and simple sentences in the Buddhist Sanskrit Sūtras. At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to read simple Sanskrit passages. This course serves as a good preparation for the Reading Buddhist Sanskrit Texts I & II (ME 68) in the Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies programme.
This is an elementary Pāli course for anyone who is interested in learning the ancient Buddhist language. It is a course designed for the ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS. Students will learn basic Pāli grammar, and be guided in understanding some simple Pāli texts. At the end of the course, students will be able to read some simple Pāli texts.
This course provides a solid foundation for ME 67 Readings in Pali Suttas I & II in the Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies programme.
Date: 22 February – 17 May 2018 (Every Thursday)
日期： 二零一八年二月二十四、三月三日、十日及（17日停課修習）二十四日（逢星期六） 共四節
Prof. Semasinghe holds a PhD from the Queensland University of Technology, Australia. The University of Kelaniya, formerly known as the Vidyalanāra University of Sri Lanka, has been a Centre of Excellence of Buddhist Studies since 1875.
Date: 13 January 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Venue: The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong
28/F Pacific Plaza, 410 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong
文學碩士(佛學) (中文媒介) 仍接受全日制及兼讀制逾期申請及單科選讀(非正規)生申請。
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A Public Talk by Dr Tashi Zangmo
Director of The Bhutan Nuns Foundation
The remote Himalayan nation of Bhutan is often known as the “Happiest Place on Earth,” thanks to its famous Gross National Happiness philosophy, which emphasizes sustainability, conservation, cultural preservation, and good governance.
Come join us for a half-day hands-on workshop to learn about the history and alchemy of the creation of Tibetan singing bowls. We will learn to select, cleanse, and empower our singing bowl as well as share the methods of using it as a tool to develop mindfulness, clarity, concentration and enhance our meditation practice.