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East and West Classics Curriculum: What makes the DRBU approach unique?
DRBU is currently accepting applications for Fall 2014 for it’s inaugural Undergraduate program which has been in development for the last three years - a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts.
What is translation? How do we resolve differences regarding the translated product? The lecture will examine the purpose and effect of each translational task and tease out the meaning. June 8, 2014.
How traditional Buddhist views and practices can be adapted to the rapid social, economic, and technological changes of the modern age. Workshops focus on skills & methods to develop clarity of mind, flexibility of thought, and holistic decision-making. March 31 - April 3, 2014
This ten-day course provides an introduction to translating Buddhist literature written in Classical Chinese. Opportunities to participate in daily meditation and ceremonies. August 14 - 23, 2014
Growing up as an ABC (American-Born Chinese) was quite challenging because I often had to navigate two different worlds. At school and with my American friends, I lived one existence...
This generation has the greatest amount of social freedom—more than any generation in the past. But this generation hasn’t yet figured out how to use this freedom for real liberation.
Probably the biggest change I made in myself in relation to my parents was based on the first two verses in the section on filiality in Standard for Students...
There is a growing segment in education that is beginning to take to this more broad-minded approach, to consider content and pedagogy that place considerations like enjoyment, aptitude, and economic decision-...
With midterm break just beginning, I’ll be spending the week contemplating and reciting Guan Yin’s name. In some sense I feel that for every session I have to reorient myself to practice...