In preparation for Bodhi Nite 2015, weekly Chinese Dhamma Talk and Sport Session will be stopped until 3rd and 6th September respectively.

Dhamma Talk Recordings

Missed our previous Dhamma Talks? Don't worry because all the talks' recordings are available for download here!

Bodhi Nite 2015:
Together We Bloom


Come enjoy a dazzling night with UNIBUDS as we celebrate UNIBUDS’ 35th birthday through a series of performances that includes acting, singing, dancing and multimedia presentations that show and present the teachings of the Buddha.

If you are interested in exploring the theme of Spiritual Companions, who they are, what qualities do they have and how can we be a spiritual companion to others and self, you can purchase tickets from us to enjoy a night filled with interesting performances.

Besides that, in order for us to create this unforgettable night, we will need your help! There are different departments for you to showcase your talent. You can contact the person in charge below to find out more about what each departments do to make Bodhi Nite a truly memorable journey and a mesmerizing night. Come and join us on this wonderful journey~

Date: 29th August 2015

Time: 6.00pm - 10.00pm
(6.00pm - 7.00pm - dinner served)
(7.00pm - 10.00pm - main event)

Venue: Sir John Clancy Auditorium, UNSW

Tickets: $12 (members) | $15 (non-members) | $18 (at door)

To purchase tickets, you can find us at the marketing stall:
Date: Weekdays from 10th August - 28th August
Time: 10am - 4pm
Venue: Main Library
Contact: Nee Shuang - 0430 788 980 |, Edmond - 0405 338 114 |

In order to make Bodhi Nite happen, we need lots of help from everyone. If you would like to be part of the night, make new friends, involve yourself with extracurricular activities or to add colour to your Uni life then feel free to join us on this wonderful journey! There are 12 different departments for you to choose from so you should be able to find one that interests you. We hope to hear from you soon!

Spiritual Companions

UNIBUDS WEEKLY English Dhamma Talk
Chao Khun Maha Samai

Speaker's Profile:
Chao Khun Maha Samai has currently got promoted to a higher rank in 2005 and now is officially known as Chaokhun Rajsilaporn. He started to become a novice on 1956. In 1963 he took full ordination in Bangkok, Thailand and studied Pali Language until Grade 5. 1974 to Sydney building up Thai monastery and in 1984 started building Thai Forest Monastery in Leumeah which in 1988 opened as Wat Pa Buddharangsee and he is the abbot until now. In 1993 he got his title as a Chaokhun Vibunsilaporn from H.M The King of Thailand. Chaokhun Maha Samai is one of the UNIBUDS' patrons and the highest monk in Thailand.

Room 163, Level 1 of Law Building
Friday, 21st August 2015
ICon-Time 7.00pm - 9.00pm
Edo - 0405 998 088 |

Monday ,Tuesday and Friday Afternoon Meditation


What are the benefits of meditation? Meditation helps to relax and settle our minds from our busy daily life. It also allows us to bring awareness to the present moment and to focus on the tasks at hand.

Why not spend a small part of our day to enjoy a little bit of peace and serenity. Take this excellent opportunity to practice, breathe and look within ourselves. For further enquiries, feel free to contact me! Hope to see you there!

UNIBUDS Library, Level 3 of Squarehouse
Monday, Tuesday and Friday
ICon-Time 1.15pm - 2.00pm
Thanawan CHIRAKIJJA (Pop) - 0432 473 898 |


Annual Magazine 2010-2011

The long awaited Annual Magazine 2010-2011 is finally out. We have combined the two-year annual magazine into one edition.

'Wisdom with a Heart'
'Mindfulness: Right Here, Right Now'
(PDF: 7.0MB)
Right Click here and 'save as' to download file!

SACCA Publication

The latest June 2014 - August 2014 Winter Edition SACCA with the topic of '99 Red Balloons' is OUT!
Right Click here and 'save as' to download file! (PDF - 2.4MB).

For those who have not received the SACCA newsletter, please contact Yuen Li at


Come and learn the Dhamma with us! And together, we shall find the happiness and the purpose of life...

UNIBUDS membership form (pdf, 19kb)