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Buddhism References

Please also see pages General Buddhism References and General Chinese Language References.

  1. Cizhuang & Smitheram, Robert (tr.) 2015,Faxiang : a Buddhist Practitioner's Encyclopedia, Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center, Los Angeles.
  2. Fo Guang Shan 2000. “Fo Guang Dictionary of Buddhism 佛光大辭典,” accessed March 2, 2014. Online Buddhist Dictionary.
  3. Fo Guang Shan 2017, “Fo Guang Shan Terminology”, FoGuangPedia, accessed 5 May 2017,
  4. Gill, J and S Tidwell (eds.) 2011, After Many Autumns: A Collection of Chinese Buddhist Literature, Los Angeles: Buddha’s Light Publishing.
  5. Hsing Yun, Miao Hsi (trans.) & Cherry Lai (trans.) 2005, Keys to Living Well: Dharma Words I, Buddha’s Light Publishing; Hacienda Heights, California.
  6. Hsing Yun, 2006. ‘Discipline, wisdom, and meditation in humanistic Buddhism’《人間佛教的戒定慧》, at Venerable Master Hsing Yun 《星雲大師》, Fo Guang Shan,
  7. Hsing Yun & Miao Guang (trans.), 2016. ‘Humanistic Buddhism: Holding True to the Original Intents of the Buddha’, Fo Guang Cultural Enterprises, Taiwan.
  8. Hsing Yun & Smitheram, R (tr.) 2010, For All Living Beings: a Guide to Buddhist Practice, Buddha's Light Publishing, Los Angeles.
  9. Hsing Yun 2012, One Hundred Lessons on Monastery 《僧事百講》, Fo Guang Shan Wenhua Shiye, Taiwan
  10. Hsing Yun & Kumārajīva 2012 Four Insights for Finding Fulfillment, Buddha’s Light Publishing.
  11. Hsing Yun 2014, Ten Paths to Happiness, First edition. Buddha’s Light Publishing, Los Angeles.
  12. Hsing Yun and Miao Guang (tr.) 2015, Buddhist Affinities over a Century: Buddhism in Every Step, Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center,
  13. Hsing Yun, Miao Guang (tr.) and Van Sevendonck (ed.) 2016, Humanistic Buddhism: Holding True to the Original Intents of Buddha, Taiwan: Fo Guang Cultural Enterprise Company, Limited.

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