2019 International Conference on Buddhism and Social Science

Saturday Morning June 29

Buddhism and Social Science Conference Manual


Venue: Dharma Drum Mountain International Conference Hall

08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:10 Opening Film
09:10-09:20 Abbot President Ven. Guo Hui Opening Remarks
09:20-09:30 Ven. Huimin Remarks
09:30-10:40 Keynote Speech (1):Economics
Moderator and Respondent:Prof. Tetsunori Koizumi
Speaker:Prof. Joel Magnuson
Title:Mindful Economics and the Countdown to 2030 Abstract
*English-Chinese simultaneous translation will be provided
10:40-11:00 Tea Break
11:00-12:10 Keynote Speech (2):Public Governance and Management
Moderator and Respondent:Ven. Guo Dong
Speaker:Prof. Frances Berry
Title:Applying Buddhist Principles to Managing People in the Public, Private and Nonprofit Workplaces Abstract
*English-Chinese simultaneous translation will be provided
12:10-13:30 Lunch

Saturday Afternoon June 29
Vanue: Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts

Panel1: Economics


GC102 (English) GC105 (Chinese)
13:30-15:00 Moderator:Yuan-Ho Hsu
1.Sense of Interdependence and the Altruistic behavior (TzyyJan Lai, Ching-Ying Yu) Abstract
Respondent: Weijen Teng
2.Buddhadarma and Sustainable Development: An Integrated Framework of Analysis (Ching-yi Chiang) Abstract
Respondent: Kuen-Shiou Yang
3.An Exploration of Corporate Social Responsibility and Gamification Paired with Virtual Reality Stimulating Empathy and Enhancing Employee Engagement (Ren-An Lo, Ching-Ying Yu) Abstract
Respondent: Helen K. H. Liu
Moderator:Kao charng
1.Some Views on Yu Ying-shih’s Religious Ethics and the Merchant Spirit in the Recent Chinese History: a Discussion on the Perspective of Turning Buddhism into a Worldly-engaged Religion (Tsung-wu Ho)
Respondent:Steve Waicho Tsui
2.Buddhist Economics: Theoretical Foundation and Framework(Pin Huang Chou) Abstract
Respondent:Chien-Sen Huang
15:00-15:20 Tea Break
15:20-16:50 GC105 (Chinese)
Moderator:Tso-Kwei Peng
1.Spiritual Environmental Economy and Inclusive Political and Economic Institution (Ji Chou) Abstract
Respondent:Tsung-wu Ho)
2.The Basic View of Buddhist Economy Wealth Thinking —the Research on the Viewpoints of Master Sheng Yen (Weiling Cai, Chien-Sen Huang) Abstract
Respondent:Kao charng
3.A Preliminary Study on the Influence of the Fivefold Spiritual Renaissance Campaign on Economic Behavior (Chun-Kuei Hsieh, Mei-Huei Yen) Abstract
Respondent:Pin Huang Chou

Panel 2: Public Governance and Management

GC101 (Chinese)
13:30-15:00 Moderator:C. James Huang
1.A Study on the Impact of Mindfulness on Emotional Balance (Chin-chih Chu) Abstract
Respondent:Ven. Fa-yuan
2.Serving the Citizen with the ‘Original Face’: Some Implications for Civil Service from Buddha’s Wisdom (Yi-feng Huang) Abstract
Respondent:C. James Huang
3.A Thorough Reflection on the Core Value of Master Sheng Yen’s Leadership and Heritage from the Perspective of Professional Ethics (Kai-Hua Shih)
Respondent:Yi-feng Huang
4.Sharing the Dharma and Building a Pure Land on Earth Based on the Buddha’s Mind: Striving Toward a Great Peaceful World by Constructing a Harmonious Society with the Philosophy of Public Policy (Chih-cheng Yang)
Respondent:Chung Yung Hsiung
15:00-15:20 Tea Break
GC101 (Chinese)
15:20-16:50 Moderator:Chin-chih Chu
1.The Management Model of “Leadership in Accord with Dependent Origination”: The Buddhist Teaching and Tthe Management of Leadership (Ernest Ng)
Respondent:Chung Yung Hsiung
2.The Abbots’ Leadership at the Chan Temples in Song Dynasty:
On the Character Comments in Treasured Instructions of Chan Temples (Wen-bi Xu) Abstract
Respondent:Yi-feng Huang
3.Practicing Bodhisattva Actions in the Buddhist Teaching and Developing Advantages in the Workplace (Vincent Tai)
Respondent:Chang Chan

Panel 3: Finance, Accountancy, and Business Administration

GC103 (Chinese) GC106 (Chinese)
13:30-15:00 Moderator:Ting-Ming Chen
1.Analysis of Social Return on Investment of the Project of Social Care Development in Urban Indigenous of Zhi-Shan Foundation Taiwan (Ting-Ming Chen, Yu-Wen Hsu) Abstract
Respondent:Chihua Li
2.Han Transmitted Chan Buddhism and Modern Business Ethics: A Mutual Fit between Dharma Drum Mountain’s Protecting the Spiritual Environment and Business Ethics Diffusion (Chen-Fong Wu) Abstract
Respondent:Ting-Ming Chen
3.Protecting the Spiritual Environment, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Determinants of Disclosure of Sustainable Development Goals (Chihua Li) Abstract
Respondent:Chen-Fong Wu
Moderator:Hsiang-Lin Chih
1.The Development of Social Enterprises: A Perspective of Scalability (Cheng-Cheng Wu) Abstract
Respondent:Chun-Kuei Hsieh
2.An Introduction to the Application of Buddhist Philosophy in Business Administration (Jia-Song Huang)
Respondent:Chang Chan
15:00-15:20 Tea Break
15:20-16:50 Moderator:Xiaowu Zhu
1.Building Entrepreneurship: The Role of Religion (Xiaowu Zhu) Abstract
Respondent︰Yi-Nung Peng
2.The Diamond Sutra’s Application in Business Ethics – Analyzing Key Qualities of Business Managers(Ying‐Jun Lin) Abstract
Respondent:Shin-hwa Liu
3.The Impact of Mindfulness on Mood Spillover between Family and Work settings: An Exploratory Study (Yi-Nung Peng、Sz-Yu Chen) Abstract
Respondent:Xiaowu Zhu

Panel 4: Sociology

GC001 (Chinese) GC002 (Chinese) GC003 (Chinese)
13:30-15:00 Moderator:Serena Lin
1.Master Sheng Yen’s Thoughts and Realizations in terms of Sociology of Religion (Zhiyong Wen)
Respondent:Yu-chen Lee
2.The Fusion of “Equality” under the Dharma and the Laws: from Master Sheng-Yen’s Interpretation of Buddhism (Li-Ya Chu) Abstract
Respondent:Yu-chen Lee
3.A Preliminary Exploration of the Space Practice of the University Campus of the Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts in the Venerable Master Sheng Yen ‘s DDM World Center for Buddhist Education (Hann-Jen Tseng) Abstract
Respondent:Yu-chen Lee
Moderator:Ven. Guojing
1.Aesthetics of Silent Illumination (Wu-Hsiung Chen) Abstract
Respondent:Ven. GuoXing
2.Practicing Chan in Daily Life—A Study of Curriculum Development and Inquiry in Education for Environmental Protection Team of DDM Volunteers (Ya-Wen Chang) Abstract
Respondent:Ven. GuoXing
3.Chan Buddhism, Governance, and Subjectivization–The Formation of Monastic Subject in a Modern Chan Monastery (Ven. Changshen) Abstract
Respondent:Ven. GuoXing
Moderator:Ji Zhe
1.The Process of Modernization of Buddhism in Chinese Communities in the 1960s and its Analysis in Terms of Social Science (Ming-chien Hsu)
Respondent:Ji Zhe
2.The Changes of Humanistic Buddhism Advocated by Taixu and Juzan (Xue Yu) Abstract
Respondent:Ji Zhe
3.Public Space Participatory Construction of Contemporary Buddhist Temples in Aging Society (Yiwei Pan; Jiping Wang) Abstract
Respondent:Chih-Yao Chang
15:00-15:20 Tea Break
GC002 (Chinese) GC102 (English)
15:20-16:50 Moderator:Mei-hua Chen
1.Buddhadasa Bhikkhu’s Buddhist Socialism: Interpretations of the Term from Political Science to Moral Economy Communities (Lawrence Y.K. Lau)
Respondent:Chih-Yao Chang
2.A Theoretical Basis for the Realization of Sociology of Religion: Inspired by Dharma Drum Mountain’s Initiative and Agency to “Build a Pure Land on Earth” (Meiya Chang)
Respondent:Mei-hua Chen
3.Karma, Social Justice and Lessons from Anti-Oppressive Practice for Buddhist (WeiWu Tan) Abstract
Respondent:Chih-Yao Chang
Moderator:Weijen Teng
1.Taixu and the Importation of Utopian Literature in Twentieth Century China (Charles Jones) Abstract
Respondent:Jinhua Chen
2.Promoting Chinese Buddhism as social reform in the global religious context: The education approaches of Master Sheng Yen (Ngar-sze Lau) Abstract
Respondent:Jinhua Chen