Jung Bup Sa Buddhist Temple of Hawaii
1303 Rycroft Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Blue Pine Books (213) 675-0336
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Ven. Chanju Mun is the founder and chief editor of Blue Pine Books and
is currently teaching East Asian Buddhist Studies at the University of the West
in Los Angeles. He received a Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies from the University
of Wisconsin - Madison in 2002 and a Master's Degree in Philosophy from Seoul
National University in 1991. He has been a researcher at exiled Tibetan Drepung
Monastic University in South India and at the University of Tokyo. His recent
publications include The History of Doctrinal Classification in Chinese Buddhism:
A Study of the Panjiao Systems (Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America,
2006), "Tibetan Monastic Education Curriculum and its Theoretical Background"
(Buddhist Soteriology, 2005), "Wonhyo (617-686): A Critic of Sectarian
Doctrinal Classifications" (Hsi Lai Journal of Humanistic Buddhism 6, 2005)
and "Historical Introduction to Minjung Buddhism (Korean Liberation Buddhism)"
(Kankoku bukkyo semina - 9, 2003) and others.
Dr. Ronald S. Green is editor of Blue Pine Books, USA. He received a
Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2003.
He also holds a Master of Arts Degree in Japanese Literature from the University
of Oregon and a Master of Science Degree in Sociology from Virginia Tech. In
addition to his interest in engaged Buddhism, his research focuses on the lives
and practices of East Asain Buddhists past and present.