1. The Maritime Buddhism project explores the spread of Buddhism through seaports in South India. Lewis Lancaster, Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley, is the leading figure behind the project. We are honored to welcome him in our Buddhistdoor office in Hong Kong and are excited to learn more about his revolutionary findings of how Mahayana Buddhism spread from India throughout South East Asia to China and beyond.
    Directed by Cathy Ziengs. Produced by Andreas Liesenfeld © Buddhistdoor 2012

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  2. "Suhki hotu" or "Ayubowan" is how Dr. Ananda Kumarasiri, a former Malaysian diplomat and former director-general of ASEAN, greets guests. See why he prefers Sri Lankan and Pali greetings that derive from the country's Buddhist history over "Good Morning" or "Good Evening".

    Directed by Cathy Ziengs. Produced by Andreas Liesenfeld © Buddhistdoor 2012

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  3. 天壇大佛,1993年佛家啊彌陀誕辰日開光。 現在是香港著名的旅游景點之一。坐落於大嶼山海島,是世界第二大的户外青鋼座佛。

    Tian Tan Buddha, Hong Kong's "Big Buddha" was completed in 1993 and is since a major tourist attraction and Buddhist landmark.
    Located on Lantau Island next to Po Lin monastery, it is the second biggest outdoor sitting Buddha statue to date.

    Visit http://www.buddhistdoor.com for more information on Buddhism in Hong Kong and worldwide.

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  4. A Buddhistdoor.com interview with Chogyal Namkhai Norbu, a tulku of the great Dzogchen teacher Adzom Drugpa.
    Born in Derghe to a Tibetan family, Chogyal Norbu went to Italy when he was 22 years old and has served as professor of Tibetan and Mongolian language and literature at the Naples Eastern University from 1964 to 1992.
    He is widely recognized as a leading authority on Tibetan culture, particularly in the fields of history, literature, and Traditional Tibetan medicine and astrological sciences such as the Tibetan calendar.
    In the interview he talks about his first visit to Hong Kong, Yantra Yoga, Vajra Dance and Dzogchen teachings.
    Produced by Cathy Ziengs
    Directed by Andreas Liesenfeld
    Host: Anthony Scott
    for
    buddhistdoor.com 2012

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  5. Venerable Vello Vaartnou is a Buddhist monk from Estonia. He is the main organizer of the 2012 "Buddhism and Australia" conference. Buddhistdoor is glad to welcome Vello Vaartnou for an interview to learn more about his past and present projects.

    Directed by Andreas Liesenfeld. Produced by Cathy Ziengs.
    © Buddhistdoor 2012 http://www.buddhistdoor.com

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