News

YEAR OF NEWS :
Follow this topicTop News
Thursday, May 15, 2014
A press conference was held on 30 December 2013 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the TV Program, LIGHT UP. LIGHT UP is an educational talk and interview show that focuses on the positive aspects of humanity and emphasis the preciousness of life. The karmic ties between DDM and LIGHT UP began twenty years ago when Chang Guang-Dou, the producer, invited the late Venerable Master Sheng Yen as a guest of the program. The present Abbot President of DDM, venerable Guo Dong, who then served as an entourage secretary of the late venerable Master Sheng Yen, had accompanied the Master to the studio for the interview recording. Thus, he was specifically invited to attend the press conference and provided blessings of virtue and gratitude to people from all walks of life.


More Recent News
Dharma Drum Mountain hosted the Prayer Ritual and the Liang Emperor's Repentance Ritual in honour of the establishment of Baoyun Monastery, from 4 April to 10 April at Feng Chia University in central Taiwan, Taichung City.

On the morning of 11 April, 2010, the Yunji Monastery located in the Jiali Township of Tainan County, was formally inaugurated after the Abbot President, Venerable Guo Dong, unveiled a Buddha statue together with honorable guests including the Minister of Education, Mr. Chin-Chi Wu, Mayor of Tainan County, Mr. Huan-Jhih Su and Mayor of Tainan City, Mr. Tain-Tsair Hsu.


Dharma Drum Buddhist College (DDBC) celebrated its fourth anniversary on 8 April, 2010 at the DDM World Center for Buddhist Education in Jinshan Township of Taipei County, showcasing its various achievements in teaching and embarking on a 'Clean Up the Mountain' campaign for beauty on the campus.
Liugui Township in southern Taiwan is one community among the most heavily affected by the flood that occurred in August 2009.

Dharma Drum Mountain Social Welfare and Charity Foundation (DDMSWCF) in collaboration with the Quanta Culture and Education Foundation has embarked on a continual effort to provide financial aid for Liugui’s flood-afflicted students, to support them in continuing their education.
In order to raise awareness and familiarity with living a "green" life, Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Foundation held a special event at Taipei’s Dharma Drum Degui College on 27 March, 2010.

The Dharma Drum University (DDU) Branch Library was formally inaugurated in Taipei's Xizhi District on 27 March 2010. Library services commenced after Venerable Guo Fang and other monastics of the DDM Sangha Community conducted the Purification Ritual.
Dharma Drum Mountain hosted the Prayer Ritual and the Liang Emperor's Repentance Ritual in honour of the establishment of Baoyun Monastery, from 4 April to 10 April at Feng Chia University in central Taiwan, Taichung City.

Liugui Township in southern Taiwan is one community among the most heavily affected by the flood that occurred in August 2009.
The Dharma Drum University (DDU) Branch Library was formally inaugurated in Taipei's Xizhi District on 27 March 2010. Library services commenced after Venerable Guo Fang and other monastics of the DDM Sangha Community conducted the Purification Ritual.
On the morning of 19 March, 2010, a delegate of 16 members from the religious group of Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS) from Beijing, led by Vice President of ARATS, Mr. Fuqing, Wang, arrived at the Dharma Drum Mountain World Center for Buddhist Education in Jinshan Township, Taipei County, for religious exchange across the strait.

Previous Page
PAGE : 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Next Page
Your are here : News - All Type of News