Dinner & Chat w Ven GuoXing (Dharma Drum Mountain) @ Caravan of Dream - Vegan

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Caravan Of Dreams

405 E 6th St · New York, NY

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Dear Dharma Drink Friends,

Join us for a special dinner for Venerable Guo Xing at Caravan of Dream. This is a follow up from the previous week's Dharma Lecture.

The past several years through our Dinner/Discussion and Dharma Lecture events, Venerable Guo Xing had helped many of us individually to better understand Buddhism. The Venerable had taught us some very hard to grasp elusive Buddhist concepts.

If you have met Venerable Guo Xing in either one of these events, you know that Ven. Guo Xing openly offered his time and profound wisdom in Buddhism to all of us. The Venerable is here for twos weeks from Taiwan and we do not know when he will be back (hopefully soon though!).

So let's come eat and chat with Venerable Guo Xing for his teachings at Caravan of Dream. During dinner we can casually speak and ask questions to the Venerable or amongst ourselves. While we'll be at the restaurant from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, you are welcome to come for the full duration or just a part of it, but please do order something as the restaurant is kindly letting us use their space.

Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Venue: Caravan of Dream (Vegan)

Area: Back room.

Price (Excluding tax & tip): sandwich = $13 - $14, main = $19 - $21

Look forward to seeing everyone!

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Eddie

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Venerable Guo Xing is the lead meditation / Dharma teacher of Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association (DDMBA) headquarters in Taiwan. He was previously the Abbot of Chan Meditation Center in Queens NY and Dharma Drum Retreat Center in Upstate NY, also part of Dharma Drum Mountain. DDMBA is an international Buddhist organization based in Taiwan. Venerable was ordained under Late Chan Master Shen Yen in 1986 and assisted the Master between 1987 and 2007 in leading meditation retreats in Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and the United States, totaling more than 50 retreats, including the first 49 day retreat at DDRC in 2000. Venerable is one of Chan Master Sheng Yen’s Dharma heirs.

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Eddie