The Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies
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A new, bilingual (English and Chinese) journal founded in 2018 by Peking University, funded by the Glorisun Charitable Foundation, and facilitated by the University of British Columbia and Cambria Press, the Hualin Journal highlights interdisciplinary, multi-media, and cross-cultural academic research on a variety of topics related to Buddhist Studies.
Articles Featured in our Library:
The Buddhist Caves in Western Deccan, India, between the Fifth and Sixth Centuries (2018) – Pia Brancaccio
The Historical Turn: How Chinese Buddhist Travelogues Changed Western Perception of Buddhism (2018) – Max Deeg
Images and Monasteries in Faxian’s Account on Anurādhapura (2019) – Haewon Kim
Featured in the course, " Buddhism as a Religion"
Faxian and the Establishment of the Pilgrimage Tradition of Qiufa (Dharma-searching) (2019) – Ji Yun 紀贇
How to Make and Spend Money: Some Stories from the Indian Classical Literature (2019) – Phyllis Granoff
But the Bodhisattva, unwilling to ask anyone for help, plucks up his courage, and goes out with his basket and cutting tool and cuts grass. He sells the grass and ekes out a meager living, giving what he can to those in need.