Fall Seminar: October 24, 2020: “Moiliili Hongwanji: A Zoom Tour of its Objects and Meanings”

Published September 1, 2020 by

Moiliili Hongwanji Mission

Presents a

Fall Seminar

Moiliili Hongwanji: A Zoom Tour of its Objects and Meanings

Free & Open to the Public – Register for Zoom* Link

Saturday, October 24, 2020

10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Have you ever wondered about the significance of the different altar ornaments you see upon entering the temple hondo (main hall)?  Have you noticed the magnificent art work on the ceiling of the naijin (altar area)?  Now’s your chance to listen to experts talk about the history and meaning behind the art work in a Buddhist temple.

Dr. George Tanabe, PhD and Dr. Willa Tanabe, PhD, both Professor Emeritus at the University of Hawaii Manoa, will be the presenters of “Moiliili Hongwanji: A Zoom Tour of its Objects and Meanings.”  The date of the virtual tour is Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.  Questions will be answered after the presentation.

Register for free by clicking https://forms.gle/nRwowBB7C3M3RbfTA. The Zoom* link will be emailed to you. Please see the attached flyer or call the office at 949-1659 for more information.  Donations will be accepted by clicking https://www.moiliilihongwanji.org/donate/.  Please reserve the date.  Public is invited!

*Zoom is a video communications app for online meetings and seminars. It is known for its ease of use. Participants join a meeting or seminar simply by clicking on a Zoom meeting link. You can familiarize yourself with Zoom by joining this test meeting (https://zoom.us/test) or consulting the Zoom help article.

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