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Buddhist art and architecture

Last updated : 2014-10-22
Written by: zhuhai_sysu
Translated by: Chen Fudan



 In the splendid history of architecture, Buddhist architecture is without a doubt one among those treasures. Ranging from temples located in remote mountainous areas, pagodas soaring into the sky, to grottoes scattered in the boundless desert, Buddhist architecture presents itself as a different kind of art. Then what kind of status could Buddhist architecture acquires in the history of architecture? And what could we learn from Buddhist architecture?

Speaker: Professor Ho Puay Peng, Director of the School of Architecture of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Time: 18:30, 23th Oct.
Venue: C307 Teaching Building

 

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