2023 ONLINE BUDDHISM CLASS

2023 ONLINE BUDDHISM CLASS

Our next online Buddhism class starts February 10 – July 28, 2023.
Every Friday night 7:20pm-8:00pm (Vancouver/Pacific Standard Time)
With simultaneous Mandarin, English & Cantonese translations.

Registration is required. Scan the QR code with your phone’s camera or click here. Fill out the registration form and after approval, the class link will be sent.

Forum on Ancient Wisdom in Modern Life

Forum on Ancient Wisdom in Modern Life

Forum on Ancient Wisdom in Modern Life
A CTTB Sunday Evening Lecture Series
7:30pm – 8:45pm Pacific Time

Topic:
▪️Oct 2 / Introduction – Rev. Heng Sure
▪️Oct 9 / Prajna Psychoanalysis? – DM Heng Yin & Dr. Maria Guadalupe Vives Lopez
▪️Oct 16 / The Mystery of Life & Death – DM Der Chia
▪️Oct 23 / Is There Life After Death? – Prof. John Vu
▪️Oct 30 / Awareness Intelligence (AI) in the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Prof. Yu Chen
▪️Nov 6 / Conclusion – Rev. Heng Sure

Click on the poster for an introduction on the speakers. The forum is hosted online in English, with simultaneous Mandarin Chinese translation.

To join the Zoom Meeting, please use the URL below or scan the QR code with your smartphone or tablet:
https://bit.ly/cttbforum

Class starts this Friday~

Class starts this Friday~

Reminder GBM’s zoom class starts this week – Friday September 16, 7:20-8:00pm (Pacific Standard Time).

Please check your email for a message from us with details of the class. If you do not see anything, please check your spam folder first before emailing us with the subject titled “NO CLASS INFO 2”. Email address below:

You should also mark the above email as “not junk mail” or a safe sender.

Notice

Notice

To Whom It May Concern:
Please be informed that Gold Buddha Monastery, a Canadian branch monastery of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association (DRBA), has never entrusted anyone as our representative to fundraise or recruit students for any of our classes. Please kindly take note regarding this matter.

2022 Introduction to Buddhism / 2nd Semester

2022 Introduction to Buddhism / 2nd Semester

The second semester runs from September 16 to December 16, 2022.
Every Friday night 7:20pm-8:00pm (Vancouver/Pacific Standard Time)
With simultaneous Mandarin, English & Cantonese translations.

Registration is required. Scan the QR code with your phone’s camera or click here. Fill out the registration form and after approval, the class link will be sent.

Class starts tomorrow!

Class starts tomorrow!

Reminder GBM’s zoom class starts tomorrow – Friday February 18, 7:20-8:00pm (Pacific Standard Time).

Please check your email for a message from us with details of the class. If you do not see anything, please check your spam folder first before emailing us with the subject title NO CLASS INFO. Email address below:

You should also mark the above email as “not junk mail” or a safe sender.

2022 INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM

2022 INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM

Class starts this Friday, February 18 – 7:20pm-8:00pm (Vancouver local time / PST).

Registration has been extended until February 14 – 11:59pm (Vancouver local time).

Scan the QR code below with your phone’s camera or [ click here ]. Fill out the registration form and after approval, the class link will be sent to you.

2022 Introduction to Buddhism

2022 Introduction to Buddhism

Starting on February 18, 2022, on Fridays
7:20pm-8:00pm Vancouver/Pacific Standard Time
In Mandarin, English & Cantonese

Registration is required. Scan the QR code with your phone’s camera or click here. Fill out the registration form and after approval, the class link will be sent to you.

Master Hua’s Oral History Project

Master Hua’s Oral History Project

The Oral History Project video series gives you a glimpse of the Master’s character and methods of teaching through the – previously undocumented – personal experiences of people who had the opportunity to learn directly from him.

This project aims to keep the Master’s teachings alive through videos of personal accounts that could inspire even those who do not yet know the Master. The memories and stories of each person interviewed enables us to feel closer to the Master as if we were learning directly from him ourselves.

A new video is uploaded every two weeks.

https://www.youtube.com/c/MasterHuasOralHistoryProject/