Philosophy of the Buddha Museum

Venerable Master Hsing Yun says, "The Buddha Museum is a historic construction that is made for all human beings. The museum belongs to everyone and anybody can come to visit. It is a place of culture and education. Visitors, be they individuals, families, schools or organizations, are free to gather and learn here."

Development Goals of the Buddha Museum

Missions of the Buddha Museum

  • 48 Underground Palaces|

    to preserve human civilization and record human history

  • Life Education|

    to promote cultural arts and environmental protection

  • Inter-Museum Exchanges|

    to gain mutual support and encourage new ideas through inter-museum interactions

  • Buddhist Art|

    to promote Buddhist arts through exhibitions and academic conferences

  • Public Service|

    with respect and tolerance, through sharing resources, and with warm hospitality.

Core Values of the Buddha Museum

  • Three Acts of Goodness|

    Do Good Deeds, Speak Good Words, Think Good Thoughts

  • Four Givings|

    Giving Other Confidence, Giving Other Joy, Giving Other Hope, Giving Other Convenience