I see that once again I've missed the annual and remarkably white Buddhist Geeks Conference. Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist also has published his annual "where are the Asians?" post. We don't seem to be getting anywhere.... Read Full Post
If you’re from one of the reddish areas, Happy New Year! My first post was a similar new year greeting nearly four years ago. Since then I’ve gone off to be the Angry Asian Buddhist and let my own writing here die down as my talented co-bloggers John, Oz and kudos have taken up some [...]
How many are there? A new AFP article discusses a recent PEW study which suggests the amazingly, surprisingly low number of 1.19 million as of 2008. Arun of the Angry Asian Buddhist has a good post on why we might be better off ignoring...Show More Summary
Last month, I blogged about the plight of Ven. Hong Yuan – the Buddhist nun fundraising for her destroyed temple who was arrested on New York’s Canal Street for “acting as unlicensed vendor.” Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist has the lat...
…and, as usual, Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist is all over it with all sorts of good links and info. Do check it out.
Check it out right here.
Don’t go to the Angry Asian Buddhist blog! Sometime in the past couple of days the site got hacked. You can learn more about it at the Google Safe Browsing diagnostic page. If you do a Google search for “Angry Asian Buddhist,” you’re likely to find a result that says, “This site may harm your [...]
Angry Asian Buddhist and Tricycle – Awake in the World report on the plight of Ven. Baojing Li.
Today’s quote is from “Arun,” the author of the much-needed and often discussed blog Angry Asian Buddhist. Arun has been doing great service in this past weeks by focusing on Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2011, so make sure you take a look. This is it — from a post tonight: My hope is that, in [...]
Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist is all over it. Don’t miss his blog this month. In addition, yesterday he conglomerated links to posts from across the Buddhist blogosphere regarding the occasion. Take a look!
This via Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist: Visit http://www.drbu.org/events/2011/monastic-intro.
This via Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist: It’s Amazing How Often Buddhists Face “Zoning P…, posted with vodpod
Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist has a great round-up of posts about the occasion. I especially appreciated a mini-teaching from our friend and wonderful Naropa University prof The 7th Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche that was tweeted by Nalandabodhi Seattle (@nbseattle) today: Try to stay positive just one day — see what happens! Happy New Year, everyone!
Via Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist: Visit http://www.bcasites.net/TechnoBuddha+2011.
Check it out here. Very useful — thanks, Arun!
The Venerable Dr. Chhean Kong, abbot of Wat Khemara Buddhikaram, “one of the oldest and largest Khmer temples in North America,” passed away this past week. Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist has more on this story. This is especially sad news considering Preah Ros May, another luminary in the transmission of Cambodian Buddhism to America, [...]
Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist continues his watch on the situation in Bangladesh. You should make sure to keep an eye on his blog for more on this matter. Here’s an important part of his latest post: Bangladesh’s [embattled] Chittagong division is home to a large number of Buddhists, including the meditation masters Dipa Ma and Anagarika [...]
Arun has the story at Angry Asian Buddhist: In case you forgot about the Buddhists in Bangladesh, IANS reports on the current status of the dragged out Chittagong Hill Tracts Peace Accord. “A prominent Buddhist tribal leader of Bangladesh escaped an attack on his motorcade Monday, a day after he discussed with the government a peace agreement [...]
Arun at Angry Asian Buddhist brings us the sad news that Preah Ros May, “a leader of Rhode Island’s Khmer community and president of America’s first Khmer temple,” has passed away. Take a look at his post for more. Saddhu, saddhu, saddhu…
by Maia Duerr Arun of the blog Angry Asian Buddhist points out a disturbing trend this year–what seems to be increased incidents of vandalism and attacks on Buddhist temples around the U.S. and Canada, including in Iowa, Kentucky, and Minnesota....