Welcome to NTUBS
Nanyang Technological University Buddhist Society (NTUBS) is a non-sectarian
Buddhist society which provides various Dhamma learning experience suitable for NTU community.
It envisions propagating the Dhamma and at the same time encouraging spiritual development.
Walk the journey together with us to learn the noble knowledge, to practice the wholesome actions, to realize the potential and to share the benefits with all beings.
Explore it by yourself. Enhance your campus life with Buddhism today.
Dharma Camp 2014: “Realize Where The Real Lies”
Do you want to get along with more SPIRITUAL FRIENDS?
Are you someone who seek the TRUTH in our daily life?
Some highlights of the event are:
- Dharma talks,
- Dharma discussions,
- Meditation sessions,
- Tea appreciation,
- Movie screening,
- Some games to strengthen the bonds between us,
- and more other activities.
|Date||:||8 - 11 January 2014 (Wed - Sat)|
|Venue||:||Beeh Low See Temple|
|Camp Fee||:||$10 (inclusive of camp t-shirt, meals, and accommodation and transportation)|
|Theme||:||Three Universal Characteristics|
Kindly register at the following link by 31st December 2013: tinyurl.com/dharmacamp2014
- Andy (Camp Master): 93559063 or ntubs-Dharma@ntu.edu.sg
- Chin Chun Wah (VCM Program): 86682598
- Quang Luan (VCM Support): 83015696
- Herdiyenti Howard (Sec cum FC): 93909968
Dharma Talk 1 : “Balancing Study and Spiritual Life”
|Date||:||30 October 2013 (Wednesday)|
|Time||:||7.15 pm – 9.30 pm|
|Venue||:||Nanyang House, Seminar Room 1|
|Speaker||:||Prof (Adj) Yap Kheng Guan|
|Prof (Adj) Yap Kheng Guan is an Adjunct Professor at Division of Systems and Engineering Management, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, NTU. He graduated from University of Singapore as Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) in 1974, before he obtained his MSc (Construction Engineering) from National University in Singapore in 1980. As a professional engineer, Prof (Adj) Yap Kheng Guan had been involved in many big national scale projects related to his field. He was the Director of 3P Network of PUB (Singapore National Water Agency) and the Project Director of Marina Barrage. Prof (Adj) Yap Kheng Guan is an active Buddhist who has been studying and practicing Buddhism for more than 10 years. He has been a regular speaker in giving Dhamma talks to both adults and young adults in various Buddhist societies and organizations. Currently, he is one of the Vice Presidents of Buddhist Fellowship Singapore.|
Dharma Class 3: “Life of The Buddha”
|Date||:||18 October 2013 (Friday)|
|Time||:||7.15 pm – 9.30 pm|
|Venue||:||Tutorial Room 103|
|(South Spine, SS1-01-01)|
|Speaker||:||Prof. Tan Hun Tong|
|Prof. Tan Hun Tong is the United Overseas Bank Chair in Accounting, and also a professor at Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University. He is also the staff advisor of NTU Buddhist Society. He has been practicing the Dharma and also meditation for quite a long time. He was often invited as speaker for various Buddhism activities. He gave Dharma Talk, titled “Dharma, A Way of Life”, during NTUBS Investiture 2013.|
NTUBS Welcome Tea
NTUBS Vesak Celebration & SAP
- Bathing of the Prince Siddharta
- Dharma talk by Venerable Chuan Guan
- Sharing by alumni
- Interactive game
- Certificate giving ceremony to the graduating seniors
- Lunch and dana offering to Venerable
Kindly confirm your attendance through our facebook event page in order to avoid wastage of food.
NTUBS Exam Supper
Exam is just around the corner. But some of us are still having CAs, mid terms, projects, and assignments due at the last few weeks of school.
- MINGLE around with your fellow NTUBS families
- Relax by playing some interesting GAMES
- Enjoy the PERFORMANCE from Fellowship team
- Scrumptious FOOD from Metta Team
- and lastly GOODIES BAG from Business team!
So, what else are you waiting for?
NTUBS Meditation Class III: Contemplation of Feeling
Come and join our last meditation class this year which will touch on meditation by using contemplation of feelings. Through this different type of meditation, we hope to learn how to be more objective in judging our feelings and more be aware of the impermanence of those feelings.
Conductor: Venerable Chuan Guan was born into a Buddhist family in Singapore and graduated from NTU with a degree in Computer Engineering. He was ordained in 2002 (higher Bhikshu ordination in 2003) and stayed in Fa Yun Monastery (New Mexico, United States) learning the sutras and practiced meditation under the Mahayana Buddhist tradition while studying the Theravadin Pali Canon. Returning back to Singapore in 2006, he is currently residing in The Buddhist Library, while giving Dharma classes and meditation classes. Venerable Chuan Guan is also the spiritual advisor to the NTU Buddhist Society and in this year, he had conducted a series of talks for NTUBS members during NTUBS Dharma Camp 2013. Venerable Chuan Guan was also the conductor of our NTUBS Dharma Class VIII and IX.
Should you have any doubts or enquiries, you can contact Benny (Dharma Propagation Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 84342310.
NTUBS Dharma Class X: "The Buddha"
Date: 22nd March 2013 (Friday)
Time: 6.45-9.30 pm (Dharma Class starts at 7.30pm)
Venue: Nanyang House, Seminar Room 1
Speaker: Sis. Sylvia Bay has nine years of formal education in Buddhism and holds a BA (Hons) in Buddhist Studies from Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka. Besides, she also holds a Master Degree in International Public Policy. She has been teaching Dharma for 9 years at Mangala Vihara. She is known as an inspiring and captivating speaker that gives regular Dhamma talks at various Buddhist organisations in Singapore such as Buddhist Fellowship.