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​Four years ago today, we welcomed more than 1,000 people to celebrate the opening of the Stone Lions and Four Great Heavenly Deva statues at Tea Tree. Since then, we've continued to work in the background, and are thrilled that earlier this year, our rezoning application for the proposed Tasm...

The below article was first published in The Mercury on 22 April 2020. 

BHAGAVAN ZHI-JI VIMALAKIRTI WANG XIN DE reflects on his search for hope and optimism

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THE 16th of April of this year marked my 31st anniversary of disseminating Dharma abroad.

On...

Every year, to celebrate Australia Day, “A Day on the Beach” celebratory event is held at Kingston Beach; this event celebrates all things Australian - enjoying aerobatics, sports, summer, BBQ and a variety of entertainment.

The Academy was invited to perform a lion dance to a welcoming crowd.

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Master Wang, along with The Hon. Elise Archer MP, the representative of the Premier of Tasmania; Consul-General Long Zhou of the Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Melbourne; Mr. Brian Chung, President of Chinese Communities Association of Tasmania; Mr. Daniel Chan, Former...

On Friday 24 January 2020, the Tasmanian Planning Commission approved the amendments to the Southern Midlands Interim Planning Scheme 2015 to facilitate development of the Tasmanian Buddhist Cultural Park of Australia.

Under section 42(3)(b) of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993, the...

This year’s theme of World Religion Day was “the Oneness of Humanity”. In Hobart, religious representatives congregated at Baháʼí Centre of Learning to celebrate World Religion Day. This day was created to promote and facilitate mutual understanding and harmony amongst different religions and...

The recent bushfires around Australia has been affecting thousands of homes, burned 26 million acres and counting.

Lives has been lost including dozens of Australians and an estimated half to 1 billion animals, including wildlife and livestock.

Tens of thousands of people in the path of the bush...

Join us this Sunday for an arts afternoon raising funds to help the Sydney Bushfire relief! The afternoon will feature music and dance performances from up and coming young performers.

Talented pianist Reincarnated Being Vajra Sheng-Yuan held an impressive piano concert at Hobart Town Hall.

$2,150 was raised for The Hutchins School music department, to develop more music talents for future generations to come.

An Account on Tasmanian Chinese Buddhist Academy of Australia’s Participation in the Hobart Christmas Pageant

The Hobart Christmas Pageant was held on 16th November 2019.

As with previous years, Tasmanian Chinese Buddhist Academy of Australia participated in this grand annual celebratory event....

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