Sopachai Verapuchong, a Thai businessman and a former monk, talks about the roles of Buddhism in Southeast Asia.
Cambodian theology is characterised by mixture of Buddhism and Animism, the belief that everything has a life, a spirit and a soul. This factor may contribute to the fact that there are so many places all over the Kingdom considered sacred and thus worshipped by its people for generations.
Nepal promotes its tourism as a premier holiday destination for Cambodians.
Heng Monychenda, director of Buddhism for Development, discusses the importance of Buddhism in Cambodia’s development.
Buddhism for Development has urged the public not to look down on all monks just because of the actions of a few bad apples.
Religious leaders have called for inter faith communications to enable the achievement of religious harmony and that comparative study on scriptures and communication in interfaith dialogue is highly desired.
India in South Asia and Cambodia in the Southeast are, in many ways, connected to each other, with common faith playing a big role. Buddhism, which was born and flourished in India thousands of years ago.
I first came across the book “Sex, Sin, and Zen” when I was obsessively searching for any book that relates to polyamory or open relationship.
Seven ancient Korean mountain temples, which typify the way Buddhism in the country has merged with indigenous beliefs and styles, were listed as UNESCO.
Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on the public to stop talking about a sex scandal involving a monk and his former girlfriend.
Tourism and Religion Ministries are preparing to reintroduce ten pagodas in Battambang.
Thai police raid 4Buddhist temples, arresting several prominent monks in the year’s biggest such operation.
A fire broke out on Saturday at one of the most sacred sites for Tibetan Buddhism, Lhasa’s revered Jokhang temple.
More than 1,000 people flocked to Oudong Mountain to observe Meak Bochea Day, the day Buddha prophesied his death.
An HIV-positive resident of Roka commune died, marking yet another death in this area where an outbreak of HIV was first detected in December 2014.
More than 700 monks gathered in Phnom Penh yesterday for the 25th Buddhist Monk Congress, celebrating the religion’s spread in Cambodia and highlighting its growth.