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As a way to show gratitude and repay kindness, the seven-day Amitabha Recitation Retreat is a popular event for many practitioners during the Tomb-Sweeping Festival. Of various Buddhist methods of practice, reciting Amitabha Buddha’s name is a most straightforward and effective way to help us gather our mind and live in the present. By reciting Amitabha Buddha’s name in one-minded concentration without confusion and distraction, we will be more able to calm and settle our mind.


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At a farmhouse in a bamboo grove, some 30 years ago Master Sheng Yen became Abbot of Nung Chan Monastery, continuing Master Dong Chu’s tradition of practice, inspiring multitudes to learn about and uphold the Buddhadharma.
Abbot President of Dharma Drum Mountain, Venerable Guo Dong visited Taichung Veterans General Hospital on 23 March 2013 to share his insight with hundreds of physicians, nurses, and volunteers on how to embrace our vows and to maintain a positive and enthusiastic view on life.
On the eve of Lunar Chinese New Year, 9 February, 2013, Dharma Drum Mountain held a Grand Prayer Ritual at the DDM World Center for Buddhist Education to welcome the new year.
The Republic of China’s (Taiwan) Premier Yi-Huah Jiang and his wife Mrs. Shu-Zhen Lee visited Dharma Drum Mountain World Center for Buddhist Education on the afternoon of 16 March 2013, in remembrance of the late Venerable Master Sheng Yen.
On 9 March 2013, Dharma Drum Sangha University (DDSC) signed a memorandum with the Haeinsa Temple in South Korea to promote academic collaboration.
On 13th of February 2013, the Tainan Branch of Dharma Drum Mountain held a Dharma Assembly to celebrate the Lunar Chinese New Year. Many people attended to nurture wisdom , make vows, and offer prayer.
On the evening of 24 February 2013, also known as the Lantern Festival, a concert was held at the newly inaugurated Shuiyue Practice Center of Nung Chan Monastery in Taipei, in remembrance of the late Venerable Master Shen Yen, founder of Dharma Drum Mountain.
On the evening of the 23rd February 2013, also traditionally known as the Lantern Festival, the Xingxin Monastery in eastern Taiwan Taitung City held a ceremony “Transmitting the Light (of Dharma)” in commemoration of the life and teachings of Venerable Master Sheng Yen, the founder of Dharma Drum Mountain.
The Dharma Drum Sangha University (DDSU) held the Tenth Awakening Camp at the DDM World Center for Buddhist Education. The 9-day camp started on 29 January, 2013, attracting a total of 194 young people from Taiwan as well as other countries.
In conjunction with the Lunar Chinese New Year, the Anhe Branch of Dharma Drum Mountain (DDM) organized a Prayer Rituals event which was attended by more than a hundred people over the age of 70 years and their families.
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