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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Buddha's Light International Association (BLIA,) on May 15th, 2022, Fo Guang Shan Temple and BLIA of Toronto grandly held a symposium named “Rise with Spirit and Soar High - BLIA: Retrospections.”
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Buddha’s Light International Association(BLIA,) Fo Guang Shan Temple of Toronto and the BLIA Toronto Chapter arranged a special photo exhibition, and the grand opening ceremony was held on May 15th. Special guests included Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, the Director of BLIA World Headquarters, Glenn Chan, the Advisor of BLIA Toronto Chapter and Committee Member of Overseas Community Affairs Council, Zongxi You, the Abbess of Fo Guang Shan Temple of Toronto, Venerable Chueh Fan, and the President of BLIA Toronto Chapter, Mabel Lam, to cut the ribbon together. More than 100 members participated and witnessed the celebration.
On May 8, 2022, Fo Guang Shan Temple of Toronto held the "2022 Celebration of Buddha's Birthday" event to celebrate Buddha Day. The celebration consisted of three sessions, including Offerings to the Buddha, Singing and Dancing Performance, and Bathing Buddha Dharma Service. There were over 400 devotees who participated in the celebration at the temple as well as joined online.
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