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Finally, Buddhists to get their temple in Adelaide’s north

by Sarah Rohweder, Adelaide Now, November 11, 2015

Adelaide, Australia -- A BUDDHIST temple that will stand about as tall as a seven-storey apartment building will be built along Salisbury Highway at Parafield Gardens.


Buddhist practice given artistic edge in multi-sensory exhibition gallery

by MEGHAN LAWRENCE, Stuff, September 22 2015

Auckland, New Zealand -- Buddhism is at the heart of Tiffany Singh's latest art installations. The Auckland artist will have 12 works on display in her upcoming exhibition Mahabhuta: The Great Element'jointly presented at Uxbridge Centre for Arts and Culture and the Fo Guang Shan Temple.


Large wooden Buddhist temple model goes on display in Wyong

By Emma Simkin, ABC, Aug 20, 2015

Warnervale, Australia -- A $100, 000 model of the Buddhist temple planned for the Central Coast goes on public display.


Australia’s second-largest religion is being ‘ignored’

by Jackson Stiles, The News Daily, Jul 6, 2015

This faith is larger than Islam, Judaism and Hinduism, yet receives far less attention from governments and the media.

Sydney, Australia -- Australia’s half-a-million Buddhists are largely ignored, its adherents have claimed.


Tibetan Buddhist teacher in exile from homeland

Bay of Plenty Times, Jun 28, 2015

Bay of Plenty, New Zealand -- It has been almost 30 years since Geshe Jamyang Sherab was last home.


Buddhism, Australia’s second largest religion

by Jake Mitra, The Buddhist Channel, April 14, 2015

Perth, Australia -- The spotlight will fall on Perth’s growing role as a cultural and tourism hub for the Australasian region over the August 8–9 weekend this year, when more than 1,000 international and Australian delegates will gather for a unique conference hosted at Perth’s Convention & Exhibition Centre: the 9th Global Conference on Buddhism, themed on Resolving Conflict with Mindfulness.


Construction of RM1.1bil Buddhist retreat and kung fu school to start soon

Xinhua, March 27, 2015

SYDNEY, Australia -- After more than 1,500 years in existence, Dengfeng’s revered Shaolin Temple is to soon start building its first international outpost in Australia.


Tony Abbott opens Nan Tien Buddhist Institute at Wollongong as leadership tensions continue

by Emma Partridge, Sydney Morning Herald, March 2, 2015

Wollongong, Australia -- If you don't know whether you'll be prime minister next week – put on your best Sunday shoes, laugh with monks and clean.


Nan Tien Institute to open $40 million campus on March 1

By AGRON LATIFI, The Illawarra Mercury, Feb. 23, 2015

Unanderra, Australia -- It has been 15 years in the making but the wait will be over this Sunday when Australia's first government-accredited Buddhist tertiary institution is officially opened before many guests.


Phoney Buddhist monks scam Victorians and tourists

by Louise Almeida, The Age, January 9, 2015

Melbourne, Australia -- Fake Buddhist monks are scamming well-meaning Melburnians and tourists, Consumer Affairs has warned.


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