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Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center is dedicated to translating and distributing quality translations of classical Buddhist texts as well as works by contemporary Buddhist teachers and scholars. We embrace Humanistic Buddhism, and promote Buddhist writing that is accessible, community-oriented, and relevant to daily life. On FGSITC.org you can browse all of our publications, read them online and even download them for FREE, as well as requesting printed copies for you or your organization.

Recent Publications

Featured Articles

The Calamity of Fire
Venerable Master Hsing Yun If someone who holds firmly to the name of Avalokit­esvara were to find themselves in a
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Transcend the Ordinary and the Sacred
Venerable Master Hsing Yun from Chan Heart Chan Art When Chan Master Nanta Guangyong first went to study with Chan
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Diminishing Mental Afflictions
Venerable Master Hsing Yun internet photo We all have our share of headaches and heartaches. Physically, we all have to
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Observe the Way through Living Simply
Venerable Master Hsing Yun In the early days of Buddhism, how did monastics observe the Way and live their lives?
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The Intrinsic Nature of Women’s Rights and Equality in Buddhist Philosophy
Venerable Master Hsing Yun   Equality is a truth of human life within the universe, it is an aim of
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The Good and Bad Ghosts
Venerable Master Hsing Yun Some people may think it is strange that in this scientifically enlightened century anyone would want
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Buddhism and Music
Venerable Master Hsing Yun Music gives us the capacity to express deep emotions. Whether through holy hymns or chants of
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Awards 

EVERGREEN GOLD MEDAL FOR SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP

GOLD: Where Is the Way: Humanistic Buddhism for Everyday Life,

by Venerable Master Hsing Yun

Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center

"How wonderful our lives become when we trust in the infinite and inherent capacity for connection that all beings share. Living with utmost ease and happiness and with the maximum ability to benefit others depends on our capacity and willingness."