About the Course


A Spiritual Response to a Suffering World with Gen Kelsang Tonglam

As KMC HK is closed until 16 March due to epidemic precaution, everyone is welcome to join our meditation classes with Gen Tonglam by Facebook Live @ 7:30pm on the following Tuesdays: 

11/2 – Change Your Mind, Change Your World

18/2 – Love and Compassion

25/2 – Inner and Outer Action

* Teaching in English. Donation is welcome.

Credit card: http://www.meditation.hk/en/make-a-donation/ 



A Spiritual Response to a Suffering World

Tuesdays  7:30pm – 9:00pm

The world is in crisis and the extent of suffering is overwhelming. Mostly, our response is one of anger or denial, and we feel helpless and insecure. Buddha’s profound analysis of the nature and inevitability of suffering enables us to respond with a powerful positive energy to actually address crisis. A spiritual response allows us to identify and eradicate the inner causes of our suffering, and thereby compassionately help others to do the same. The state of the world can energise us to seize the opportunity to make a difference!

7/1 Begin with Acceptance
14/1 Understanding Where Suffering Comes From
18/2 Change Your Mind, Change Your World
3/3 Love and Compassion
17/3 Inner and Outer Action

Everyone is welcome to attend these classes. No booking required. Whilst part of a course, each individual class is self-contained so you can join at any time.

Donation is appreciated. Suggested Donation : HK$80 each class.

All donations are used to run and develop the Centre and spread Buddha’s precious teachings. 

The Teacher

Gen Kelsang Tonglam is the National Spiritual Director of Kadampa Buddhism for East Asia and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Hong Kong and Kadampa Meditation Centre Taiwan.

Gen Tonglam has trained under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 25 years. He is renowned for his ability to present Buddha’s most profound teachings in simple and most practical ways, injecting a renewed enthusiasm and driving force in our ordinary life.