Author Archives: Udomson BK

Heading to the 4th Anniversary with the bright future.

The future of the Buddhist temple in Albury has been uncertain for years. The Thai monk, Ajahn Satit Thitadhammo took the leadership and forge through all the crisis. Now it is confirmed that he is definitely signing a contract to … Continue reading

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The overseas award to the Buddhist work on the border

Approaching  Vesak (the Buddha day) in May this year, the Buddhist community on the border will receive  pleasing news. Ajahn Satit, the Buddhist monk who runs the Buddhist Sunday service every week has been granted an honorary Sema-Dhammachaka Award from … Continue reading

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Which way to Albury Buddhist Temple?

The street sign ‘Buddhist Temple’ used to direct the public to the temple on Abercorn Street has recently been removed. The place has stopped its function as a Buddhist temple since the end of August to allow the authority to … Continue reading

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Third Anniversary

Third Anniversary of Wat Albury, another milestone that Ajahn Satit and members of Wat Albury have reached. It has not been a rosy journey but they have managed to go through the hurdles and difficulties and turned crisis into opportunities. … Continue reading

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The Resumption of Buddhist Sunday Service to the Border

After the unfortunate disruption caused by the ownership issue of the property on Abercorn Street, Wat Buddhavongsayaram Inc. is extremely happy to announce that it  resumed its regular Sunday service for the people of the border region at the new … Continue reading

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The mystery has not yet come to the end.

It has been more than a year since the Consumer Affair of Victoria (CAV) made public announcement  in Albury-Wodonga Newsweekly about the winding up and distributing of the properties of the deregistered association, Wat Phouthavongsayaram Lao Buddhist Association Inc. Apparently, the … Continue reading

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The Opening Ceremony of Buddha Hall in Western Australia

The Opening Ceremony of Buddha Hall in Western Australia Over 30 Buddhist monks and lay people from Thailand and Dhammakaya Centres from various states in Australia have come to join the Buddhist community in Western Australia to witness the opening … Continue reading

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AUSTRALIAN OBSERVANCE OF THE UNIITED NATIONS DAY OF VESAK 2013

On the afternoon of Sunday, May 26th, 2013, the Australian Observance of the United Nations Day of Vesak took place at the Sydney Town Hall. This joyous and auspicious event was attended by more than 1,000 people from all Buddhist … Continue reading

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The new exercise

Once again the Buddhist temple in Albury has reacted to the recent incident of vandalism, in the way that complies with the principle of one of the world most peaceful religions. Last year, when the temple was twice broken into … Continue reading

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The Right Place to Live

Envocities campaign is set up to encourage people to live, work and invest in regional NSW. The campaign promotes lower cost of living, strong career, business opportunities and lifestyle. Albury has been selected as one of the city in this … Continue reading

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