In this talk, Khenpo Choying Dorjee, one of the sponsors of the leadership programs in his monastery, will introduce traditional monastic institutions and discuss the innovations brought forth as a result of this Khyentse Foundation initiative.
This public seminar with Dr. Ma Ngok (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) covers how the democracy movement in Hong Kong in the last four decades has been shaped by three main factors: attitude towards China, attitude towards the establishment, and class.
Come and compete for prizes and the chance to move forward in UBC’s Three-Minute Thesis competition. Or come cheer on your friends. For Ph.D. and MA students who work on Asia in any field, discipline, or faculty. Pizza will be provided for all!