The First Thai-Sino Conference in Buddhism

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The First Thai-Sino Conference in Buddhism
Sunday, September 11, 2011
At the Maha Vajiralongkorn Auditorium
Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University Wangnoi, Ayutthaya

08.30-09.20        Registration

09.30 – 11.00     Opening the Ceremony

                              - The Most Ven. Phra Dhammakosajarn, Rector MCU lights candles and incense sticks in honor of

                                  the Triple Gem
                              - Report Speech by Phra Rajvoramuni, Dr. Dean of Faculty of Buddhism
                              - Deliver Welcome Speech by The Most Ven. Phra Dhammakosajarn, Rector MCU
                              - Deliver Welcome Speech by Chinese Counselor Qin Yusen
                              - The Ven. Dao Jian offers the Scholarship Fund to The Faculty of Buddhism (Dean receives)
                              - The Most Ven. Phra Dhammakosajarn, Rector MCU gives a souvenir to Chinese Counselor Qin

                                Yusen and the Ven. Dao Jian
                              - The Most Ven. Phra Dhammakosajarn delivers special speech on “The Trend of Buddhist

                                Education Between Thai and China in 2020”

11.30 – 12.30       Luncheon

13.00                      Seminar on “A Cross-Culture Buddhism : Buddhist Education’s Today”
                                Addressing by :

                                - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Phra Sigambhirayan, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, MCU
                                - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Xuan Fang, Renmin University
                                - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Li Silong, Peking University, China
                                   Moderator by Dr. Sudarat Bantaokul, Lecturer, Faculty of Buddhism

16.00                       Closing the Ceremony by Dr. Phra Rajvoramuni, Dean, Faculty of Buddhism

Master of Ceremony : Dr. Natdhira Sridee / Dr. Montra Leoseng


Summary of thoughts

Audience Overview: MCU faculties, international monk students, high school students from Ayuddhaya Province

Receiving the sacred and most valuable gift from India, sadhu.


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