News outlets observe stunning numbers in the fight against the coronavirus in Southeast Asia, a monk in North Carolina is killed by a gunshot wound, and a temple in Tokyo helps struggling Vietnamese workers. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world.
Bartenders are easy to confide in. Not just because you’re probably wasted, but because so many others have been before you. Your neighborhood barkeep has already heard it all, and though he might not be able to impart any sage advice, he’s at least developed some good listening skills. While barkeeps seem to have always […]
Monks from Mt. Koya (Koyasan), a center of Shingon Buddhism, are coming into Tokyo to offer classes to harried city-dwellers in cafe setting. This immediately made me think of the city centers of American Zen Centers, where one can go during the week before heading out to the mountains for retreats and so on. But […]