Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia

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Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia
Information
Main School Non-Sectarian
Founded 2007
People
Director(s) KANG CHUEN TAT
Reverend(s) KANG CHUEN TAT
Contact Infotmation
Address
Dandenong
Victoria 3175
Australia
Country Australia
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Mobile 04 054 217 06
Website www.swinunibuddha.com.au
Email chuentat@hotmail.com
Postal Address PO Box 6263, Dandenong, VIC 3175



Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia

Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia was established in 2007 as a part of the formalization of existing Buddhist student groups in Australia universities. In the promotion of Dharma and friendships among university students, there are existing Buddhist program partnerships with university Buddhist organizations in Victoria, and also linkage program throughout the universities in the world with high quality and standards.

Units and departments of Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) are currently running various welfare and scientific programs and projects not only for Buddhists but also for community at national and international levels as well.

Welfare : The volunteers are assisting various social projects for disabled , senior citizens and sick in cleaning; blood, organ and marrow donation, registration.

Scientific : Promotion of Buddhism via appreciation of science-relevant projects based on the philosophical perspectives, especially related to technology.

Dharma : Meditation, chanting based on current monasteries services are available, to experience the traditional Buddhist practices. Separate units for servicing laypersons are also available.

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Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia