New Zealand Elders visit the Temple in May  

New Zealand Elders visit the Temple in May

Around mid-May, a few different groups visited Fo Guang Shan North Island, including Howick Combined Probus Club, Remuera Village Ladies Probus, Blind Foundation and Vietnam Cambodia, Laos Chinese Association. All visitors were amazed by the magnificent buildings and the harmonious Zen garden.

Nick introduced the ideals of Humanistic Buddhism and ití»s practical application to the local culture, education and art. He also talked about successful events and functions by the temple joined by different schools and police that clearly delivered the message of the multiculturalism and passion for localisation. All the visitors were pleased with these contributions from Humanistic Buddhism.

Pagoda is always one of the favourite attraction points, not just because the villa like architectural structure, but as well as the underlying philosophy, which also demonstrated respect to loved ancestors. The artistic and cultural have attracted more people to come to venerate the Buddha.

Fo Guang Shan North Island gave excellent opportunities for the public to recharge and explore their potentials.

New Zealand Elders visit the Temple in May  
New Zealand Elders visit the Temple in May  
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   Contact Details

   Address: Fo Guang Shan    North Island New Zealand
   16 Stancombe Road
   Flat Bush, Manukau 2016, NZ
   Tel: +64 9 274 4880
   Fax: +64 9 274 4550

   Opening Hours
   Tuesday to Sunday
   Open on Public holidays

   Tea House
   Opening Hours: 10am-4:30pm
   An array of healthy vegetarian food, coffee and tea are served here. Beautiful Buddhist art and gifts are also available for sale.

   All are welcome to join us in our activities in Education,Culture, Charity and Dharma propagation.