Malaysian Buddhist Institute

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Malaysian Buddhist Institute
Mǎ Lái Xī Yà Fó Xué Yuàn
Established18 September 1969
PresidentVenerable Chuk Mor
(Chinese: 竺摩; pinyin: Zhú Mó)
182,Burma Road
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ColoursYellow, red and white

The Malaysian Buddhist Institute (Chinese: 馬來西亞佛學院; pinyin: Mǎ Lái Xī Yà Fó Xué Yuàn) is a Buddhist institute of higher education providing formal training in the Chinese language to prepare candidates for the sangha orders in the Mahayana tradition. It is located in Penang, Malaysia. Established on September 18, 1969 through the efforts of the Venerable Chuk Mor (Chinese: 竺摩; pinyin: Zhú Mó),[1] the institute is under the auspices of the Malaysian Buddhist Association.[2]


  1. ^ Buddhism in Malaysia: Ven Chuk Mor and Buddhism in Malaysia
  2. ^ Malaysian Buddhist Institute: 2002年教務報告 (Education Report 2002) (in Chinese)

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