Buddhism activities in Central Highlands discussed
The practice of Buddhism among ethnic groups in the Central Highlands was the main topic at a workshop in Buon Ma Thuot city, the Central Highland province of Dak Lak on July 19, attracting over 300 monks, nuns and scholars.
Participants discussed solutions to foster the quality and sustainable development of Buddhism activities in the region, including raising Buddhists’ sense of responsibility for the community and organising classes on Buddhist teachings in far-flung areas.
Sixteen speeches were delivered at the event, focusing on methods to promote Buddhism in ethnic minority regions, charitable deeds in remote and mountainous areas, among others.
The workshop was co-organised by the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha and its Dak Lak chapter.