A Journey through Shingon Monasteries (Review 2)


【The Oasis: A Practitioner's Talk Series】

Everyone is a practitioner in time and space. In life, we meet different types of people. In this series, we discuss with experts from different fields, expanding our understanding of Buddhist teaching and Buddhist art.

Season I : Walking on the Mindful Path 

The word road can be the pathway under our feet, the mindful journey looking for the meaning of our lives, or the road to discover different artworks' historical clues. Let us follow these concrete and abstract roads, finding our own way in life. 

Ep. 3: A Journey through Shingon Monasteries

Shingon Buddhism in Japan originated from and was closely intertwined with Tang China’s Vajrayāna Buddhism. Not only did Japan continue Tang Chinese Vajrayāna Buddhism’s legacy, it further developed into a new Japanese Buddhist culture. Let us follow the speaker’s footprints and uncover another facet to East Asian Buddhist culture.  


Jesse Lyew | Assistant Executive Officer of Tsz Shan Monastery Buddhist Art Museum

Language: Cantonese

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