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International Young Buddhist Scholars Conference

International Young Buddhist Scholars Conference

Objective

The objective of this conference is to offer an opportunity to “young scholars” (Young scholar defined as those with less than five years experience in the field) to present and publish results of their research to promote studies and researches in Buddhist Studies, share knowledge as well foster academic alliances.

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Vegetarian Festival Exhibition

In commemoration with the celebration of the Ninth Lunar Month Festival, Than Hsiang Buddhist Article Shop & Mitra Welfare Association is organizing a storytelling fair.

Attractive features include:
- Books for children
- Creative & inspirational
- Organic products
- Buddhist accessories

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Call for Papers

The International Buddhist College is delighted to announce the International Young Buddhist Scholars Conference co-organized with the Than Hsiang Foundation, Malaysia. The International Young Buddhist Scholars Conference Committee welcomes contributions on various research topics relevant to contemporary Buddhist research. As such, we invite but not limited to post-doctoral researchers, young faculty staff, doctoral students and MA students from the field of Buddhist Research to participate.

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International Buddhist College 10th Convocation & South Thailand Trip 2D1N

Malaysia Time Itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner at own expenses)

23.09.2017
06.00 Gather at Than Hsiang Temple
06.30 Start journey on time, proceed to Bukit Kayu Hitam
09.30 Arrive at Bukit Kayu Hitam (Changlun), check in to the immigration
11.00 Visit Samila Beach (Songkhla), Mermaid Statue, Dragon Head
12.30 Proceed for Lunch
13.30 Visit Tang Kuan Hill Standing Buddha, Thailand Coconut Ice Cream
15.00 Visit Wat Leam Pho Reclining Buddha
16.30 Floating Market
19.00 Check in to hotel / Free at own leisure

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Mahapajapati Vihara (female hostel) Building Fund


Introduction


In order to upgrade the welfare of teachers and students, the International Buddhist College will build a female hostel consisting of a Buddhist shrine and 20 rooms to facilitate better accommodation for them.

The teacher's suite will have an attached kitchenette to provide more comfortable living space.


Mahapajapati Gotami


Mahapajapati Gotami, the Buddha's aunt cum adoptive mother, is the first woman to renounce in the Buddha’s monastic order.

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