There's a "new normal" for the living and the dead.
The "spirit" of unused paid leaves will be mourned, and then "purified" by a priest’s prayers.
Buddhist night festivals are infamous for mistreating elephants, whose legs are shackled and stabbed during the parades.
I spent the day with the Dharma Action Network For Climate Engagement and went on a meditation protest.
China has invested heavily in projecting itself as pro-Buddhist, in a calculated move to expand its multimillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative
"Being a practitioner of Buddhism, we sit around and meditate a lot—and that's free."
The Japanese hashtag #僧衣でできるもん, “I can do it in monk’s robes,” is more than just a Twitter thing.
"I just felt shattered. I had a job, a wife, and two beautiful children, and yet I felt that I would never experience joy again.”
On today's podcast episode, we talk about how the traditional Buddhist practice has been commodified.
Can being more inclusive change the elitist vibe?
At a Buddhist ceremony called Wai Kru, thousands of people line up for tattoos that give them superpowers.