In the last two months, Bhante has taught in various places including the Yale University, Howard University School of Divinity and Newark Center for Meditative Culture in the USA.
Bhante was also interviewed by Tricycle Magazine. The interview was about what inspired him to become a Buddhist monk and his experiences introducing Buddhism in his home country Uganda, Africa.
Bhante was also interviewed by BBC radio on ‘Buddhism with an African Flavor’. To listen to the interview, follow the link (www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06ptt2x)
This programme was organized by Charoen Pokphand Group and True Corporation Plc to broadcast a reality documentary about 12 novice monks living together to meditate and practice Buddhism. As a result, viewers all over the world would benefit from the programme and apply the teachings in their daily lives to bring about world peace.
Bhante was invited as a special guest lecturer to teach the novices about “Love in the Propagation of Buddhism”. This also included sharing his story as a Buddhist missionary monk in Uganda, Africa. The stories inspired the newly ordained young novices to commit to the practice and propagation of the Buddhist teachings for the benefit of all.