Venerable Wei Wu, Chairman of the Council of the International Buddhist College, Professor Charles Willemen, Rector of the International Buddhist College, Honorable members of the Sa
The International Buddhist College 5th Convocation Seminar was held at Than Hsiang Temple on Sunday, August 4th.
A Workshop on Research Methodology was held at IBC Korat Campus on 1st October, 2011. The students, staff, guest speakers of IBC and external participants attended the workshop. Prof. Tilak Kariyawasam chaired the program.
Ven. Prof. Dhammajoti, Prof. Charles Willemem and Dr. Fa Qing representing the International Buddhist College, Thailand participated in the 6th Biannual International Conference on "Buddhist Meditation: Texts, Tradition and Practice"
IBC, Thailand, Than Hsiang Temple, Penang, and Shah Alam Buddhist Society, Selangor Malaysia are happy to organize the one-day "Seminar on Early Buddhism and Chinese Buddhism: Perspectives of Modern Buddhist Scholarship" in conjunction with IBC's 2nd convocation in August 2009.
The 2nd International Buddhist College (IBC) Buddhist Academic Conference was officially declared open on 10 August 2007 by Venerable Wei Wu at the Opening and Welcoming Banquet held at the Multi Purpose Hall of Than Hsiang Temple. The Conference was spread over three days till 12 August 2007 . This year's Conference saw the participation of 28 Buddhist Studies scholars from China , Hong Kong , Taiwan , Singapore and IBC itself. The theme for this year's Conference was “Researches in Chinese Buddhism” and the scholars presented papers from their respective fields of expertise.
The 4th International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak and The Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King’s 80th Birthday Anniversary and the Symposium of Buddhist Universities held at Buddhamonthon, Nakhon Pathom and United Nations Conference Center, Bangkok, Thailand.
Venerable Dr. Phra Anil Sakya (Sugandha) reported from USA: The Chronicle of Higher Education, a weekly newspaper of higher education in the USA has recently featured a lengthy and an excellent article with color pictures about International Buddhist College (IBC).
IBC was invited to attend the first International Conference of Theravada Buddhist Universities, from March 9 to March 13, 2007, Myanmar. In the Conference, Theravada was defined as "Buddhism Based on Pali Canons". Though, IBC is a non-sectarian Buddhist Institute, IBC values Pali Canon as the foundation for Buddhist Studies.
The First International Buddhist College Buddhist Studies Conference was held at Than Hsiang Temple from Friday, 11 th to Sunday, 13 th August 2006. More than two hundred and fifty people participated in this Conference, the theme of which was “Aspects of Buddhist Studies”.