Emory Buddhist Club - Summer Programs
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Mon Feb 24 20:03:40 PST 2014
See below for information on 2014 summer programs in English: Woodenfish Programs for students, scholars, and faculty; as well as week-long sessions open to all at Dharma Realm Buddhist University and the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas in California, and Sravasti Abbey in Washington, and an online program through University of the West, a Buddhist college in California:
Humanistic Buddhist Monastic Life Program, July 1 - 31, Guanyin Temple, Hebei, China
This year the annual program will be held at a monastery on the outskirts of Beijing. The goal is to expose Western students to the daily practices of a traditional Mahayana Buddhist monastery, and finishes with a cultural tour to sacred Buddhist sites in China. All classes will be held in English, no Chinese is required. Men and women of any academic major or any nationality are eligible to apply. All expenses in China are generously covered, so selection of 60 participants is highly competitive, applications now being accepted.
Buddhism in China Series: August 4 – 13, Huading Temple at Mount Tiantai
This semi-annual program offers scholars, religious leaders, faculty, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates opportunities for direct and intensive engagement with important historical centers of Chinese Buddhism and culture.
More information on both programs: www.Woodenfish.org<http://www.woodenfish.org/>
About Woodenfish: The Woodenfish Program aims to build a bridge between East Asian Buddhism and young people from around the world through education. The Woodenfish Project started as a month-long summer program at Fo Guang Shan Monastery (Buddha’s Light International) in Taiwan in 2002 but has expanded to include programs in Japan, the United States, China, and New Zealand, as well as a sutra translation project.
Guan Yin Practice Retreat, March 16-22 and July 13-19, 2014, Dharma Realm Buddhist University at City of Ten Thousand Buddhas, Ukiah CA
In the Guan Yin Practice Retreat, we practice bringing forth a thought of Great Compassion through bowing, chanting, walking, and sitting in contemplation of Guan Yin Bodhisattva.
· Engage in discussions with practicing monks, nuns, and teachers.
· Meet other students interested in exploring Buddhism.
· Experience the methods of Guan Yin recitation, contemplation, and meditation.
· Study from Buddhist sacred texts the methods of practices related to Guan Yin Bodhisattva.
· Train according to the Buddhist moral code of conduct.
· Try a vegetarian diet.
Beginners’ Track available for participants with no prior experience.
Participants of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply!
9th Annual Young Adults (18-30) Explore Buddhism
June 6 – 13, Sravasti Abbey, Washington State
Annual Summer Program, separate Chinese and English groups, Chuang Yen Monastery, New York, July 2 – 6
Humanistic Buddhism and Leadership Online Program, University of the West, Rosemead CA
Online courses developed by Dr. Lewis Lancaster, Dr. Darui Long, Dr. Venerable Jue Ji, Mr. Roger Lu, and Dr. Jiang Wu, open to registration
* HBL100 “Introduction to the Study of Buddhism”
* HBL110 "Buddhism in the Modern World: 19th-20th Century Twists and Turns".
* HBL200 “Introduction to Dunhuang Studies”
* HBL250 “Buddhist Leadership in Practice”
* HBL300 “Emptiness in the Perfection of Wisdom Texts”
* HBL310 “The World of the Chinese Buddhist Canon”
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