by Suzanne Zhang, Class of 2017 As a girl who has been in touch with Buddhism for her whole life, I am not unfamiliar with the two Buddhist vocabulary: Bodhisattva and Arhat. They are both two very common words in Buddhism. Since I was young, my father has […]
by Cherry Chong, Class of 2016 Everything in the world is interconnected- humans and animals, animals and environment. In this universe, everything is related to each other. Just like what Buddhism called as cause and effect, karma, and retribution. And this reminds me of a Buddhist quote that […]
The 2nd and 3rd grade Social Studies class held mayoral elections as the culmination for the government unit. After studying about government at all levels, including a visit to Ukiah’s city hall to hold a mock city council meeting, the students chose a character from a novel they […]
Class of 2016 at the Parliament of World Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (Oct. 15-19, 2015).
by Klare Hu, Class of 2017 From a non-buddhist point of view, Buddhism prevails in the society with mindfulness practices and virtues. While it is not untrue, there is more to it than the misconception that Buddhists are mere pacifists whose religious structure is free of rules and […]
Student Reporter: Vanessa Sun, Class of 2017 The ability to appreciate brings people awareness. Students express their gratitude to their teachers on Confucius’s birthday. Hosted by the juniors, the event was successful and inspiring. Every class performed in different ways to express their gratitude. The students also served […]
Student Reporter: Klare Hu, Class of 2017 “The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.” (UN.org) It is among the unsaid, but silently acknowledged truths that CTTB is an inclusive community of […]