“The Belt and the Road· Chan Tea and photovoltaic Trip” meet in Smiling Buddhist country - Thailand
7月6日，主题为“泰中文化 佛教渊源”（Thai-Chinese Cultrure:The Buddhist Relationship）的“泰中佛教文化交流会”（Thai-Chinese Cultural Exchange）在泰国曼谷摩诃朱拉隆功大学国际佛教学院（International Buddhist Studies College (IBSC), Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University）欢喜举办。
On July 6th, the Thai-Chinese Cultural Exchange named "Thai-Chinese Culture:The Buddhist Relationship" was held in International Buddhist Studies College (IBSC), Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University.
This exchange was hosted by Ven. Anada. The opening speech was addressed by Vice-Chancellor of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University and Dean of IBSC, Prof.Dr.Phra Sigambhirayarn. He elaborated the long history of Buddhism culture exchange between Thailand and China. Followed his talk, Ven. Master Renda, Abbot of Boshan Zhengjue Monastery, Shandong, China, gave a brief introduction of Zhengjue Monastery to audiences, including history, status quo as well as plans on education, culture, charity and sustainable development. Additionally, Master Miaohai presented the innovate implementation and possible expansion of solar power in Boshan Zhengjue Monastery.
Prof.Dr.Phra Sigambhirayarn, Dean of International Buddhist Studies College (IBSC), is giving the opening speech.
Ven. Master Renda is introducing sustainable development of Boshan Zhengjue Monastery.
Chan Tea artists of “The Belt and the Road· Chan Tea and photovoltaic Trip” team performed Chan Tea at the exchange, introducing culture from ancient China. Audiences were impressed so much and wish to see more performances. Through dancing and singing, the students of IBSC presented unique cultures of northern, central and southern Thailand.
Performance of Chan Tea
Students of IBSC presenting culture of Thailand by singing and dancing.
After performance, Certificates of Culture Exchange Messenger between China and Thailand were awarded to Chan Tea artists by Vice-Chancellor of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University and Dean of IBSC, Prof.Dr.Phra Sigambhirayarn.
Chan Tea artists were awarded of Certificates of Culture Exchange Messenger between China and Thailand
At the end of exchange, “The Belt and the Road· Chan Tea and photovoltaic Trip” team gave solar lamps and DVDs of Chan Tea Musical as gifts to Prof.Dr.Phra Sigambhirayarn, Dean of IBSC. The team received precious Buddhist Classics in return. Following that, a group picture was taken to capture this memorable moment.
Ven. Master Renda gave solar powered lights as gift to Prof.Dr.Phra Sigambhirayarn, Dean of IBSC.
Ven. Master Renda presented statue of Avalokite?vara to Prof.Dr.Phra Sigambhirayarn, Dean of IBSC
Prof.Dr.Phra Sigambhirayarn, Dean of IBSC presented precious Buddhist Classics to Ven. Master Renda
In addition, a donation ceremony was held by “The Belt and the Road· Chan Tea and photovoltaic Trip” team. The Ashram Ecosystems Education Center and Eco-agriculture University Training Center leading by master Sangkom each received 10kw solar electricity generating system as gift from corporates in solar energy business.
Group photo at center of Mahayana Buddhist studies
Solar energy system donation ceremony
Group picture of volunteers, performers and masters