To continue our regular group meditation practice, Venerable Faxun will be conducting another one-day Mindfulness Retreat at the Singapore Buddhist Meditation Centre on 1 September 2012, Saturday. You are warmly invited to come and join us for a day of mindfulness, to recharge and re-energise with spiritual friends. VENERABLE FAXUN graduated from Singapore’s Ngee Ann Polytechnic in 1989 where she was President of the Buddhist Society.
Upon completion of her monastic training, Venerable Faxun returned to Singapore in 1997 and served in the Sagaramudra Buddhist Society till 2009, where she conducted adult’s and children’s Dharma classes in English and Mandarin.
In 2001, Venerable continued to pursue her education by doing a Bachelor of Arts and Education degree at the University of Western Australia, where she majored in linguistics and Asian studies. We are pleased to announce that the second installment of the Thus Have I Seen Buddhist Film Festival 2012 (THIS BFF) will be held this September 2012.
Organised by Dharma In Action, THIS BFF aims to promote awareness of the Buddha’s timeless Teachings and the diversity of Buddhist cultures around the world through the use of film, a contemporary medium. Films selected for showcase in the week-long festival will be a mix of invited works curated by the Organiser and works selected from the Open Call. Themed “Open your mind”, THIS Buddhist Film Festival 2012 presents specially selected films that reflect the cultural, social and religious aspects of Buddhism, told through 16 original, thought-provoking films by emerging and accomplished filmmakers from 11 countries, including China, France, Indonesia, Japan, Sweden, Thailand, and the US.
Note: Due to the overwhelming response for 29 Sep 2012 Mid Autumn Festival, registration with the office is required either by email or phone due to space restriction. Venerable Cagino was born in Malaysia and graduated from the Malaysian Institute of Art with a Diploma of Arts.
Starting from 9th September, Bhante Dhammika will give a series of talks called "Love: The Buddhist Vision". He was regular consultant and lecturer to the Buddhist Studies Team (Buddhist Studies for Secondary Schools in Singapore, Ministry of Education) in the 1980s. Since 2000, Piya has been living with his family in Singapore, where he is an interdenominational full-time Buddhist worker. She was ordained in Taiwan in 1992 by Venerable Wu Yin of Luminary of Bhikkhuni Sangha and underwent five years of basic monastic education in the Luminary Buddhist Institute, also in Taiwan. While in Australia, she also taught meditation at the Sagaramudra branch in Perth, which she helped to manage.

Documentary — nonfiction works that is a depiction or direct filming of a real life situation, which may include Buddhist issues, practices, history, culture, personalities or arts. Other than putting up lanterns, Chinese families gather for brewed tea and to sample sweets like mooncakes and pomelos.
He became a novice monk in the early age of twelve and received his higher ordination (Upasampada) in 1998 at the Malwatu Maha Viharaya in Kandy, Sri Lanka. A professional photographer was awarded over 40 prizes and won the Asian Photography Competition 1990.
Bhante will examine the different types of love ranging from romance to metta, highlight what the Buddha says about them, examine their importance for human happiness and discuss their role in the Buddhist life.
He was ordained as a Buddhist monk in India and later lived in Sri Lanka where he became well-known for his efforts to promote Boddhism. During his first year of monkhood, he co-founded the Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia (Vice-President).
Somdet Phra Vanarat, the 17th Supreme Patriarch of the Thai Buddhist Order (24 June 1972, Wat Srakes Rajavaramahavihara, Bangkok, Thailand).
In 2009, she completed her Honours Degree with a thesis entitled The “Other” Path: The Bhikkhuni Quest for Liberation. This event - among the most widely celebrated of Chinese festivals - is an experience not to be missed. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Special) degree in Mass Communication (University of Kelaniya) and he completed his Master degree in Buddhism (MA) in 2010. At the age of 29, he wandered around forest monasteries in Thailand and New Zealand in search of the Dhamma.
He worked in Singapore in 1985 being a spiritual Advisor to the Dhamma Mandala Society and several other Buddhist groups. He has written numerous educational books on Buddhism (such as "Total Buddhist Work") and spoken at various international and inter-religious forums.
This picture shows the ordination candidate offering the monk's bowl to the Preceptor and the lay sponsor, Khun Banchong Sowaprux, bearing traditional offerings.
He is the founder and leader of Dhammavijjalaya Centre for Buddhist studies ( CBS ) in Sagaing Myanmar and the rector of the International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University in Yangon and the Sitagu International Buddhist Academy in Sagaing.

In 2011, Venerable authored the book “One Life, Five Precepts: Buddhist Ethics for Modern Living”. Or, if you know of anyone who has created a film of this nature, please encourage them to send in their works. He has been a resident monk at the Sri Lankaramaya Buddhist Temple in Singapore since 2001.
He became a novice monk in Ang Hock Si Temple, Penang and later took his higher ordination with the Thai master Ajahn Ganha.
Venerable Dhammika has taught at the Education Department's Curriculum Development Institute and also made several television films for the Institute. During the latter half of this period he founded the Dharmafarers, a community of full-time lay Buddhist workers. He is well-known for his futuristic visions of Buddhism, especially in terms of the full-time lay Buddhist ministry.
Because of his excellent knowledge of the Buddhist scriptures and his teaching experience, he was awarded many high distinctions and titles. Since then, Venerable has been teaching at various Buddhist centres in Singapore, Malaysia and Western Australia, and contributing articles to Buddhist magazines. Among the books he wrote include All about Buddhism, Good Question Good Answer, Matrceta's Hymns to the Buddha, Gemstones of the Good Dhamma, Encounters with Buddhism and The Edicts of King Asoka.
In his layman years before ordination, while Principal of the Seck Kia Eenh Dharma School (Malacca Buddhist Association, Malaysia), he prepared and implemented the Integrated Syllabus of Buddhist Studies, the most comprehensive Buddhist syllabus in Malaysia and Singapore then. He is best known for his national Dharma courses in Malaysia and Singapore and has been advisor or consultant to various tertiary Buddhist societies.

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