Our history and aims
The overall aim of any Buddhist is to realise minds full potential, a state of mind also known as enlightenment.
We want to aid this objective by providing a place for people to meditate together, get information and ask any questions that come up. The Centre is not an abstract institution, but instead a place where all can meet to learn and meditate, to share development and actively participate in doing the work which makes all this possible.
In line with our Tibetan forefathers we particularly focus on meditation practice and try to keep the highest possible view in all life’s situations.
We are a registered Hong Kong charity and we work closely together with the more than 600 Diamond Way groups and centres around the world, to provide a modern and authentic access to Tibetan Buddhism within the tradition of the Karma Kagyu Lineage of Diamond Way Buddhism. To find out more about our organisation around the world please take a look at our global website.
All the centre work is done voluntarily based on friendship and idealism. Nobody is paid for their work – for instance, the design of this website was done by a member of the centre!
If you, your community group, or your school class are interested in learning more about Buddhism and in receiving authentic information, we can help.
We will try to organise a visit to our Centre at a mutually convenient times or, alternatively we will visit your community group or school for talks, presentations or discussions. Please feel free to contact us.
Diamond Way Buddhism in Asia-Pacific
If you are interested in learning more about Diamond Way Buddhism in the region, please see the links below:
We also have friends in China (various locations), Taiwan (Taipei), Thailand (Bangkok) and Vietnam (HCMC) – please contact us for more information and we can introduce you.