During the Earth Store Session (August 3 – September 2, 8:00am – 3:30pm), there will be lectures during lunchtime. The monastics will introduce 4 Great Monks from the Ming Dynasty in detail – Masters Lian Chi, Ze Bo, Han Shan & Ou Yi. May all living beings bring forth the bodhi mind and advance forward together.
During the Emperor Liang’s Repentance (September 3 – 10, 8:30am – 5:00pm), there will be insightful lectures during lunch and evenings. May all living beings enter the door of compassion, may their bodhi roots grow and may faults be repented.
Offerings to Heaven will take place on September 11, 7:00-10:00am.
You’re all cordially invited to join us in these events.
In our long journey in life, is it smooth sailing, or is it full of obstacles and difficulties?
Let’s face it and discuss it together!
Speakers and Topics:
John Vu, Professor 武親道教授
Professor Vu was Chief Software Engineer of Boeing Commercial Airplane (Retired). He is the Director of the Master’s Program in Biotechnology at School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University.
8/6 (Sat 1-3pm) – Issues with college admission, career planning and work life balance
8/7 (Sun 1-3pm) – Issues with parent – children relationship
Raymond Yeh, Ph.D. 葉祖堯博士
Dr. Yeh taught at several universities. He was chairman of the Computer Science Department at both University of Texas at Austin and University of Maryland. He served as a consultant to several nations as well as many corporations. He co-founded two professional societies as well as two software companies.
8/20 (Sat 1-3pm) – How to Make Sense in a Turbulent World
8/28 (Sun 1-3pm) – How to Make Changes in Life
Priscilla Yeh, MBA 周瑞芬女士
Mrs. Yeh holds a MBA degree from University of Illinois. She managed two software companies co-founded with her husband, Dr. Yeh, for over 20 years. She has also been counseling parents, students, cancer patients as well as giving leadership workshops with her husband.
8/21 (Sun 1-3pm) – How to Create Your Life Journey
8/27 (Sat 1-3pm) – How to Build Harmonious Relationships
Lectures will be given in four languages simultaneously —English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Vietnamese.