06. Can the understanding of Pain & Suffering end Suffering?

Prof. Sumio Hoka:

Dr. Smadar Bustan, Philosophy, University of Luxembourg

Hin Hung Sik, Buddhism, University of Hong Kong

Prof. Sumio Hoka, Anesthesiology, Palliative Care, Kyushu University, Japan

{Video editing and sound improving by: Gaëtan Pecoraro editing and technical advisor University of Luxembourg}

Sik Hin Hung

Sik Hin Hung is the Director and one of the Founding Fellows of the Centre of Buddhist Studies of the University of Hong Kong where he currently teaches as an Assistant Professor. His areas of research and specialty include Buddhist Education, Education of Traditional Chinese Value, Meditation, Awareness and Mindfulness based Psychotherapeutic Intervention and History of the Development of Buddhism in Hong Kong. He has published many books and articles on Buddhist Education, psychotherapy and personal growth. One of his current projects is the development of the Awareness Training Program, a psychotherapeutic intervention based on Buddhist Teaching. Venerable Sik is also a Buddhist monk ordained under the Mahayana tradition. He is the 45th generation Lineage holder of Ling Ji (臨濟宗)School of Chan and the 10th generation Lineage holder of Gui-yang(溈仰宗)School of Chan.

Book Project: Can the understanding of Pain & Suffering end Suffering?

{Co-writing with Prof. Sumio Hoka and Dr. Smadar Bustan}