Venerable Master Hsing Yun and His Lifetime Contributions: A Forum on Buddhism in the Contemporary World
Venerable Master Hsing Yun is widely-regarded as one of the forefront leaders in the modern reformation of Chinese Buddhism. For his contributions to the Humanistic Buddhism movement and the dissemination of Chinese culture. As part of his efforts in spreading the Humanistic Buddhism philosophy and his teachings across the globe, he has also written more than 350 internationally-revered books. His work has been translated into over twenty languages, including English, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Portuguese, a testament to the wide affirmation of his wisdom.
To date, over 170 chapters of Fo Guang Shan have been established in five continents, making it the largest Chinese organisation around the world.
This is a cross-party, cross-cultural event, aiming to promote the Buddhist principles of kindness, compassion, friendship and peace to all. These humanistic principles enhance the sense of community in all constituencies across the UK.
Your presence at this event could be a symbolic gesture of support for the central virtues of Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s teachings:
Do Good Deeds, Speak Good Words & Think Good Thoughts (做好事、說好話、存好心)
In addition, London Fo Guang Shan is delighted to collaberate with the House of Parliament to deliver a workshop on “People, Power and Parliament – An Introduction to Your UK Parliament”.
This workshop will focus on the following:
What is the UK Parliament? What does it do? Why is it important? What’s the difference between the UK Parliament and Government? How can you begin to influence the UK Parliament and get your voice heard? Find out all this and more with this introductory session.
Organised by London Fo Guang Shan
26th April 2018
Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Houses of Parliament, London, SW1A 0AA
For more information
Ricky Wong: email@example.com
Maggie Wong: firstname.lastname@example.org
Talks on Buddhism in the Contemporary World
- Venerable Manqian, Director of FGS International Supervisory Council
- Professor Bee Scherer, Director of INCISE (Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice), Canterbury Christ Church University
- Dr. William Douglas, Director of Situgyan Consulting Ltd, and a senior research fellow in Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen
- Dr. Jonathan Mair, Faculty Member of the School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent
- Helen Ni, International advisor of Buddha’s Light International Association (BLIA)
- Ricky Wong, President of London Buddhism Research Support Group
Venerable Master Hsing Yun: Humanistic Buddhism
- Maisie Astbury, BLIA – Leader of BLIA Profound Mind Study Group
- Imelda Lee-Rusli, BLIA – Member of BLIA Profound Mind Study Group
- Jordan Sinda, BLIA – Member of BLIA Young Adults Division & Profound Mind Study Group
- Chien-Ya Sun, Member of London Buddhism Research Support Group
- Wei-Ming Chen, Member of BLIA Young Adults Division
People, Power and Parliament – An Introduction to Your UK Parliament
- Charlotte Dobson, the Community Outreach and Engagement Officer, House of Parliament
Frequently Asked Questions
How to get there?
[E] Portcullis House ,  Portcullis House Main Entrance
*****Please note that all visitors must go through
security checks when entering the building.
Please arrive at least 20 minutes before the event.*****
What is the
No trainers are allowed.
How will the seat be allocated?
Seats will be allocated on a first come first serve basis, there is no numbered seating.
Do I have to bring
ticket to the event?
Yes, this is proof of entry OR you can
show your e-ticket on your electronic
devices as long as the ticket has a
bar code that will be scanned at entry.
Are there minimum
to enter the event?
No, everybody is welcome.
However, children have to be accompanied
by an adult, also every single person needs
a ticket for a well arrangement.