Daigoji, a temple in Kyoto, Japan, was founded in 874 and has survived the many twists and turns of history—including Japan’s destructive Onin War in the 15th century. But this Shingon Buddhist temple is hardly stuck in the past—in fact, it plans to go where no Buddhist temple has gone before with an extraterrestrial expansion, […]
Volunteers from a Buddhist temple in Rochester, NY, make over 8,000 face shields, Sri Lankans cremate Buddha statues, and a Tibetan teacher becomes a victim of Facebook identity theft. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world.
The most important parts of Buddhist author Robert Wright’s newsletter are the stories that aren’t there.