BUDDHA DHYANA DANA REVIEW
Volume 17 No. 3
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John D Hughes Dhamma Cetiya Meditation Hall and Library.
33 Brooking Street, Upwey, Melbourne Victoria Australia.
Officially opened on 9 September 2007.
Photograph by Evelin Martin
Incorporating the Buddhist
Discussion Centre (Upwey) Ltd. Newsletter and the Chan Academy#
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Evelin C. Martin, BA DipEd
Pennie White, BA DipEd MA
Julian Bamford, BA AppRec
*World Fellowship of Buddhists Regional Centre
*Associated Institution World Buddhist University
*Member Ethnic Communities' Council of Victoria
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Table of Contents
OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE
JOHN D HUGHES DHAMMA CETIYA MEDITATION HALL AND LIBRARY
FOUNDERS DAY, 9 SEPTEMBER 2007
BUDDHIST DISCUSSION CENTRE (UPWEY) LTD.
33 BROOKING STREET, UPWEY VIC AUSTRALIA.
Press Release for the Official Opening of the John D Hughes Dhamma Cetiya Meditation Hall and Library
on 9 September 2007.
Official Program for the Opening of the John D Hughes Dhamma Cetiya
Meditation Hall and Library.
Official Opening Ceremony for the
John D Hughes Dhamma Cetiya Meditation Hall and Library held on Founders Day 9 September 2007.
Welcome and Proceedings by Mr Julian Bamford, Master of Ceremonies and Vice President Buddhist
Discussion Centre (Upwey) Ltd..
Speech by the Hon James Merlino MP,
Representing the Premier of Victoria, Minister Assisting the Premier on Multicultural Affairs.
Message from the Most Venerable Master
Ru Sun, Yun Yang Temple, Narree Warren Victoria Australia. Read on behalf of Master Ru Sun by Mr Julian Bamford.
Message from the Most Venerable
Suddhananada Mahathero, President Bangladesh Bouddha Kristi Prachar Sangha. Bangladesh.
Speech by the Most Venerable Kentrul
Rinpoche Jamphel Lodro, Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute, Belgrave VIC Australia.
Welcome Speech by Mrs Anita Carter, Abbot
and Spiritual Director, Buddhist Discussion Centre (Upwey) Ltd.
Dhammacetiyasutta. The Sutta was read
by Mrs Anita Carter.
The History of the Buddhist Discussion
Centre (Upwey) Ltd. 1978 C.E to 2007 C.E.
Printed copies of this most auspicious historical document were offered as Dhamma Dana to the Sangha and each
Guest attending the Official Opening.
Please note: Each of the documents and speeches listed above in the order of proceedings for the Official Opening.
108 photographs of the Founders Day 2007 Celebration and Official Opening of the John D Hughes Dhamma Cetiya
Meditation Hall and Library on 9 September 2007, can be viewed at our website at www.buddhaview.org
This edition of the Buddha Dhyana Dana Review Online is dedicated to Anita Carter RN. Div1 and Frank Carter BEc.
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