I am a professor at Chang geng University of Science and Technology I am currently engaged in community service teaching and research at the university.
My thesis is "A Study on Happiness in the Practice of Social Responsibility in Universities".
This thesis discusses the role and significance of cooperation between universities and community associations and government participation in the practice of promoting happiness and well-being This paper focuses on the social responsibility of a medical science university in Taiwan, combining Buddhist Taoist and Christian beliefs with non-j.Udgmental mindfulness and activities related to painting and music.
I want to join a group If this paper resonates with your topic. Please contact me Thank you.
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Chiou Hui fen
Chang Gung University of Science and Technology
Chang Gung University of Science and Technologyhfchiou@mail.cgust.edu.tw
Sent: 10-24-2022 05:08 PM
From: Michael Givel
Subject: Looking for Panelists for Panel on Views of National Happiness and Wellbeing Across Asia
My name is Michael Givel and I am a professor of political science, comparative politics, and Asian Affairs at the University of Oklahoma. I am looking for two to four panelists to present at a panel that examines commonalities and difference in national traditions and practices across Asia promoting happiness and wellbeing. A detailed explanation of the purpose of the panel is provided below. If you are interested or know some one who is interested, please send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
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In this panel discussion, we will be providing an overview and analysis of commonalities and differences in modern national traditions and practices promoting happiness and wellbeing, including through governmental involvement, in various nations across Asia.
Commonalities in the national promotion through approaches of altruistic happiness and wellbeing based in religious world views thrive throughout Asia. This includes similarities in religious practices such as prayer, meditation, and yoga that leads to detached and non-judgmental mindful awareness in the present; pursuit and acquisition of wisdom; compassionate treatment of others; positive and nurturing relationships and connections; authentic love and devotion; creative engagement--through flow activities like religious painting or music that focus on beauty and the present; and the achievement of religious meaning, significance, and value in life activities. Eastern views of happiness also tend to focus on the individual as an interrelated part of the greater community and even the cosmos.
While there are general and overarching similarities and differences in themes of happiness and wellbeing across Asia. This panel discussion will examine differing views of happiness and wellbeing that are also grounded in unique differing national traditions and practices that constitute the history of a particular culture and view of life such as exists in Buddhism, Hinduism, Jain, Shinto, and Daoism.
University of Oklahoma, Norman