2006 Congress ~ Fo Guang Shan Taiwan


From March 26th—30th 2006, some 400 of our members from around the world gathered at the monastery headquarters of our Buddhist member group in southern Taiwan:

  Fo Guang Shan  ( 佛光山 ) near Kaohsiung…


Fo Guang Shan monastery main hall
Fo Guang Shan monastery main hall

Congress Reports

President’s report on Congress 2006

IARF-Kongressbericht Taiwan 2006

Young Adults at IARF Congress 2006



Religion & Peace by Master Hsing-Yun

Elizabeth Harris talk – Religion & Peacemaking

Oniah Kamaruzaman

Prof CS Song

Rev Ai, spiritual journey

Rev R Boeke, spiritual journey

Young Adults’ talks:

Articulating spirituality – Linda’s journey

Dotan Arad, Nangroi Suting, Salah Aladdien, Yvonne Pangsiw

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