Western Australia
... in general. As the Honorary Consul for Mongolia in Western Australia, I regularly meet the small Mongolian community resident in Perth. I have asked several about their involvement with and attendance ...
... honour to express my heartiest greetings with opening the3-rd International conference "BUDDHISM & AUSTRALIA" which held at the Trinity College , University of Western Australia.  I wish great ...
... is to find creative new ways to address institutionalized forms of duhkha wherever they’re found. Here in Western Australia this could entail standing in interspiritual solidarity (what scholar Loretta ...
The role of food in Thai women's engagement with Theravada Buddhism in Western Australia Ms. Tamara Bulcock, University of Western Australia   As an anthropology graduate from University ...
... Association of Australia (IBAA) in other parts of NSW with locations in Parramatta, Chatswood and Kogarah. IBAA can also be found in other parts of Australia such as Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia. ...
Tibetan Buddhism and Environmental Protection in China Joshua Esler, University of Western Australia Abstract This paper examines the recent convergence of Tibetan Buddhism and the environmental ...
Call for Papers 26-28 February, 2015 Perth, Western Australia The IC Buddhism & Australia is pleased to invite abstracts for panel sessions and individual papers for the 4th International Conference ...
... education. Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Western Australia, 1984; Diploma in Education, The University of Western Australia, 1978; Bachelor of Arts, The University of Western Australia, ...
... in 1997. Ross Bolleter teaches Zen in the Zen Group of Western Australia with his Dharma heir Ian Sweetman. Since 1992, he has also taught in South Australia and New Zealand. His Dharma heirs include ...
... wisdom to impart and much learning to share. •    Moreover, and speaking as a graduate, there is no better place in this state to confer than the University of Western Australia. Here at ...
... Holistic counselling: through the shadow to compassion Sophia publications, Bunbury, Western Australia Sherwood , P ( 2004) The Buddha is in the Street: socially engaged Buddhism in Australia Sophia Publications, ...
... years ago. On behalf of the Management Committee of the Federation of Australian Buddhist Councils Incorporated (FABC), we welcome you one and all too sunny Perth, Western Australia. Today’s multi-cultural ...
... this conference possible and in particular I thank Venerable Vello Vaartnou, Venerable Ajahn Brahm and Marju Broder In Western Australia we often observe the variety of cultures and ethnicities ...
... Western Australia to assist Ajahn Jagaro in teaching duties. Initially they both lived in an old house in the suburb of North Perth, but in late 1983 purchased 97 acres (393,000 square metres) of rural ...
... well known and widely respected. The Buddhist Society of Western Australia (BSWA) was the only Buddhist organisation in Perth when I arrived in May 1983. Soon after, the Vietnamese refugees established ...
List of participants for Buddhism & Australia 2012 Ajahn Brahmavamso Mahathera (Bodhinyana Monastery, Australia) "A History of Buddhism in Western Australia"   Prof. Emeritus Lewis Lancaster (University ...
... Ocean, we can see Asia, picture then that the Indian peninsula along with Asia is leaning on Western Australia. While studying graphs and charts that explain Western Australian imports – exports we are ...
The main function of the international conferences "Buddhism & Australia " is to provide a platform for academics and monastic scholars and lay Buddhists to present academic presentations. Traditionally ...

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