Quite a few years ago now, BuddhismCanada.com was the home of George Klima’s directory of Canadian Buddhist organizations. When George folded the site in 2008, the domain sat idle—looking for a new focus and purpose. Now it has been reborn as the hub for the Buddhist Foundation for Education Canada’s initiative to launch a Buddhist... Read more »
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Our major goal at Sumeru Books for 2015 is to upgrade our website with many new features, focusing more on our Buddhist publishing. We’ll be purchasing a new WordPress specialized publisher storefront theme to do it. The transformation begins in January! We’ve been receiving requests from Buddhist authors around the world to publish some amazing,... Read more »
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Danny Fisher’s new Off the Cushion podcast site has just launched with extended interviews on environmental issues: EPISODE #1: “Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi and the People’s Climate March” This week, an extended conversation with the mighty Buddhist monk and scholar who has forcefully challenged practitioners to act against social, economic, political, and environmental injustice: Ven. Bhikkhu... Read more »
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Right Livelihood: Shambhala Sun Foundation seeks Digital Content Creator The Shambhala Sun Foundation, publishers of Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma, is an independent not-for-profit media company dedicated to the publication of content about the Buddhist meditative tradition in print and digital form. We’re seeking a Digital Content Creator who will work with our New Media and Editorial departments on... Read more »
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Dale Quarrington, a 36-year-old Canadian teacher of English in Korea, also contributes to spreading the beauty and knowledge of Korean Buddhism through his blog titled, Dale’s Korean Temple Adventures. Since January 2011, Quarrington has visited more than 190 temples in Korea and posted pictures and reviews. That breaks down to three or four temples every... Read more »
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