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Examples include Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, the Grand Palace and the Erawan Shrine.

Scene from the mural at the Grand Palace (Phra Borom Maha Ratcha Wang), Bangkok.

During this time, I also visited the National Museum, a treasure-trove of artefacts from around Thailand dating from the prehistoric age over 6000 years ago to the Bangkok period.

Of especial interest is the time of the Dvaravati city-states (6th–11th centuries CE), which borrowed Mon culture and non-Mahāyāna Buddhism from its neighbours.

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Ho Family Foundation have demonstrated tremendous global leadership in its support of institutions dedicated to advancing the academic study of Buddhism.The University of Toronto has launched The Robert H. Ho Family Foundation Centre for Buddhist Studies on its downtown Toronto campus, providing an intellectual home for the largest contingent of Buddhist studies experts in Canada. “It will be a catalyst for innovation and new insights into Buddhism’s place in society.” The new centre’s inaugural director is Frances Garrett, an associate professor of Tibetan and Buddhist studies and the associate chair of the department for the study of religion in U of T’s Faculty of Arts & Science.The centre comes thanks to an endowment originally from Tung Lin Kok Yuen, the Hong-Kong based charitable organization established by Robert H. “This is an exciting time for Buddhist studies at the University of Toronto,” says Garrett.We are confident the university’s commitment to Buddhist studies and the establishment of this new centre will foster deeper insight into the meaning and context of Buddhism.” The endowment will support academic training, collaborative research with graduate and undergraduate students, as well as a program of events that engage scholars and the public seeking to deepen understanding of the diversity of Buddhist traditions around the world.The inaugural year will feature an exciting lineup of activities, including an undergraduate research trip to the Himalayas in the spring, a film series on Buddhism and the environment and a scholarly reading group on Dunhuang manuscripts, which are a cache of important religious documents dating from the 5th to 11th centuries discovered in the Mogao Caves in Dunhuang, China.Between February the 19th and March the 16th, 2017, I travelled to Thailand to investigate the region’s long history of religious kingship, Buddhism and its attendant material culture.