Lecturers

Ven. Dr. Dhammanandhi

Pali, Sanskrit

Ven. Dr. Dhammanandhi studied Sanskrit, Pali, Japanese and Buddhist Philosophy. She obtained her Ph.D. in Pali Language (University of Pune, India). She has been a lecturer at the Cheong AmSa Sangha University in Korea. Currently she is a permanent lecturer at the International Buddhist College.

Ven. Dr. Yuan Liu

Sarvastivada, Yogacara

Ven. Dr. Yuan Liu received his PhD in Buddhist studies from the Postgraduate Institute of Pali and Buddhist Studies (University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka). His interest of research is mainly in the areas of Early Buddhism, Abhidharma and Yogacara studies and Sanskrit. Currently he is a lecturer at the Buddhist Academy of China (BAC) in Beijing and a visiting lecturer at the Buddhist College of Singapore (BCS) and the International Buddhist College (IBC).

Ven. Zhen Chan

Ven. Zhen Chan pursued his studies in the field of Humanities (The Science University, Malaysia) and Buddhist Studies (University of Hong Kong, China). Thereafter he worked as an Executive Secretary and Project Coordinator at the Than Hsiang Buddhist Welfare Association (Penang, Malaysia). Since 2006 Ven. Zhen Chan is working for the International Buddhist College (IBC). Currently he is Lecturer at the IBC Korat Campus.

Ven. Zhen Man

Ven. Zhen Man obtained her M.A. in Studies in Religion from the University of Queensland, Australia). She is a visiting lecturer at the International Buddhist College. Her current interests are Neuroscience and Mindfulness, Buddhist Psychotherapy, Mindfulness in Higher Education, Holacracy and Authentic Leadership.

Apart from her teaching duties, Ven. Zhen Man is also an adhoc project volunteer at the college.

Dr. Krishna Ghosh Della Santina

Tibetan Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism

Dr. Krishna Ghosh Della Santina studied Sanskrit, Pali, Tibetan and Buddhist History and Philosophy. She obtained an M.Litt. and a Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies (University of Delhi, India). She has travelled widely including several Buddhist countries. Currently she is a permanent lecturer at the International Buddhist College.

Peerapong Sittithep

Thai Language and Culture, Science and Buddhism, Civilization, Buddhism and Other World Religions

Peerapong Sittithep graduated with a 1st Class Honors Degree in Philosophy from Chiang Mai University, 2009, and obtained an MA in Buddhist Studies at International Buddhist College, Thailand, 2012. He has completed courses of Abhidhamma Studies in Abhidhammajotika College, MCU, Thailand.

Currently, he is an administrative secretary and a lecturer in social studies and comparative religions. He also serves as an English language tutor at Weekend School, International Buddhist College.

Ven. Sajal Barua

Therāvāda Buddhism

Ven. Sajal Barua obtained a B.A. in Religious Studies (International Buddhist College) and an M.A. in Buddhist Studies (University of Hong Kong, China). Currently Ven. Sajal Barua is a junior lecturer at the International Buddhist College.

Ven. Dr. Zhen Jue

Yogacara

Ven. Dr. Zhen Jue studied Pali, Sanskrit, Tibetan and Buddhist philosophy. She obtained her M.A. and Ph.D. in the field of Buddhist Studies (University of Hong Kong, China). During her studies at the University of Hong Kong she has been working as a teaching assistant. Currently she is a visiting lecturer at the International Buddhist College.

Ven. Hui Ming

Chinese Buddhism

Venerable Hui Ming was born in Tainan, Taiwan in 1953. He is skilled at expounding the Buddha's teachings in multiple languages. The Venerable has propagated Buddhist thought in more than 60 countries worldwide. He has been propagating the Dharma for more than thirty years in Malaysia since his first visit in 1983.

Dr. Wasantha Priyadarshana

Buddhist Psychology

Dr. Wasantha Priyadarshana studied Buddhist Philosophy and Counselling. He obtained his Ph.D. in the field of Career and Educational Counseling (Colombo, Sri Lanka). He is teaching Buddhist Psychotherapy at the Postgraduate Institute of Pali and Buddhist Studies at the University of Kelaniya (Kandy, Sri Lanka) and is conducting various programmes related to Buddhist Psychotherapy. Currently he is a visiting lecturer at the International Buddhist College.

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