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Firstly I am a mother, gardener, and frequent traveler to diverse countries, who loves life and experiencing the world. I am one of the co-founder of Tibet Open House in Prague. At present wrok as the regional manager of SEE Learning program in the Czech Republic, which we are steering through the Institute of Environmental and Ethical Education.
Team member form Czech republic
SEE Learning Director Prague
Teacher of Elementary school
Team meber living in Hongkong
Raymond is senior writer at Buddhistdoor Global and editor of its “Buddhism in the People’s Republic” project. Born in Hong Kong, he grew up in Brisbane and read religion at The University of Queensland, Buddhist Studies at The School of Oriental and African Studies, and Christianity and Interreligious Relations at Heythrop College. A Mahayana Buddhist layman since 2008, he entered religion journalism and began working for the Buddhistdoor organisation in 2010.
Team member living in Hong kong
Jack first became interested in Buddhism and meditation as a child, but didn't practice regularly until his mid-20s. Then, by relying on the experience of his teacher, books written by masters of the past and his own practice, his interest snowballed to the point where he sold his business and moved, to Kathmandu to study and practice the Tibetan Buddhist tradition full time. He spent five years at the Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery in Kathmandu. Later Jack returned to Hong Kong and rejoined the world of business as well as spending evenings teaching meditation for several years before completing a Master's in Buddhist Studies. Now working at the university, Jack is looking forward to the next steps, with aims to bring the benefits of Buddhism and meditation to a wider audience, including students, teachers, health workers and the corporate