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Kang, Chris (1999) Anatta and meditation. BuddhaZine, . 291 49
Kang, Chris (2003) A psychospiritual integration frame of reference for occupational therapy. Part 1: Conceptual foundations. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 50 2: 92-103. doi:10.1046/j.1440-1630.2003.00358.x 415   Cited 24 times in Scopus24 0
Kang, Chris (2008). Australia's Future in the Region and the World: A Manifesto for a Spiritually Engaged Critical Cosmopolitanism.. Australia 2020 Summit Collaborative Website. 105  
Kang, Chris (2009) Buddhist and Tantric Perspectives on Causality and Society. Journal of Buddhist Ethics, 16 69-103. 59  
Kang, Chris (2009). Buddhist Quotations in "Many Faiths Shared Values: Inspirational Quotations for Peaceful and Harmonious Living and Relationships.". Griffith University Multi-Faith Centre. 120  
Kang, Chris (2007). Can you give me a few good reasons as to why I should learn and practice Buddhism?. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View : proceedings of the Conference on Buddhism held in Forestdale, Brisbane, Australia on 8 December 2007. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-4). 8 December 2007. 78  
Kang, Chris (2009). Clarifying the meaning and purpose of meditation. In: Rahu Sarath-Chandra, Rosemary MacBride, Echo Wang and Devaki Alahakone, Conference Report of Methods of Teaching Meditation to Children. Methods of Teaching Meditation to Children, Priestdale, QLD, Australia, (23-28). 28 June 2009. 111  
Kang, Chris (2011) Dhamma in the 21st century: Science and praxis of liberation in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 27  
Kang, Chris (2011) Dhamma, professional packages, and academic studies in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 26  
Kang, Chris (2007). Does the study of Buddhism help me as a student, a family person, a working person etc?. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View : proceedings of the Conference on Buddhism held in Forestdale, Brisbane, Australia on 8 December 2007. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-5). 8 December, 2007. 127  
Kang, Chris (1997). Experiences in Meditation. In The Meditative Way: Readings in the Theory and Practice of Buddhist Meditation (pp. 197-207) Richmond, Surrey: Curzon. 94  
Kang, Chris (2010). Finding common ground: Mindfulness in yoga, Buddhism and cognitive science. In: Mindfulness Meditation Trial Focus Group, The University of Brisbane, Brisbane, Queensland, (). 23 April 2010. 76  
Kang, Chris (2007). How does one make a start on the recommended Path?. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View : proceedings of the Conference on Buddhism held in Forestdale, Brisbane, Australia on 8 December 2007. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-4). 8 December 2007. 45  
Kang, Chris (2007). I Am New to Buddhism. Could You Please Briefly Explain to Me What Buddhism is?. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-4). 8 December 2007. 121  
Kang, Chris (2007). Is there a philosophy of Buddhism? If there is one, what are its main components?. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View : proceedings of the Conference on Buddhism held in Forestdale, Brisbane, Australia on 8 December 2007. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-6). 8 December 2007. 85  
Kang, Chris (2007). Is there such a thing as Buddhist psychology? Is it different from Western psychology?. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View : proceedings of the Conference on Buddhism held in Forestdale, Brisbane, Australia on 8 December 2007. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-9). 8 December 2007. 229  
Kang, Chris (2011). Learning and teaching Buddhist meditation. In: Buddhist Chaplaincy Training Course, Brisbane, Australia, (). 27 March 2011. 33  
Kang, Chris and Whittingham, Koa (2010) Mindfulness: A dialogue between Buddhism and clinical psychology. Mindfulness, 1 3: 161-173. doi:10.1007/s12671-010-0018-1 126   Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Kang, Chris (2010). Mindfulness and addictions : A Buddhist perspective. In: 2010 Australian Winter School Conference. Australian Winter School Conference, Brisbane, Qld, Australia, (). 21-23 June 2010. 29  
Kang, Chris (2010). Mindfulness for human flourishing : Towards a contemplative science of mind. In: 2010 Australian Winter School Conference. Australian Winter School Conference, Brisbane, Qld, Australia, (). 23 June 2010. 54  
Kang, Chris (2011). Philosophical ideas from Buddhist texts. In: Buddhist Chaplanincy Training Course, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). 27 March 2011. 27  
Kang, Chris (2011) Practicing the Dhamma: Balancing all the factors of awakening in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 23  
Kang, Chris (2011) Practicing the Dhamma: Thinking and liberation in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 28  
Kang, Chris (2010). Reclaiming mindfulness : A contemplative science of mind for human flourishing. In: Continuing Professional Development for Clinicians, Brisbane Australia, (). 25 May 2010. 39  
Kang, Chris (2000). Sarkar and the Buddha's Four Noble Truths. In: Australian Association for the Study of Religions (ASR) Annual Conference 2000, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). July 2000. 47  
Kang, Chris (2011) Sarkar on the Buddha's four noble truths. Philosophy East and West, 61 2: 303-323. doi:10.1353/pew.2011.0016 84   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Kang, Chris (2003). Spiritual perspectives on city futures. In: Brisbane City Council seminar, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). November 2003. 38 54
Kang, Chris (2011). The ability to be accepting. In: Buddhist Chaplaincy Training Course, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). 27 March 2011. 37  
Kang, Chris (2011). The idea of the individual. In: Buddhist Chaplanincy Training Course, Brisbane, Australia, (). 27 March 2011. 33  
Kang, Chris and Bucknell, Rod The Meditative Way: Readings in the Theory and Practice of Buddhist Meditation. Richmond, Surrey, UK: Curzon Press/RoutledgeCurzon, 1997. 154  
Kang, Chris (2003). The spiritual teachings of Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar : descriptive philosophy and critical comparisons PhD Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion & Classics, The University of Queensland. 412 503
Kang, Chris (2010). The wisdom of mindfulness. In: Toogoolawa Schools National Teachers' Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, (). 27 August 2010. 31  
Kang, Chris (2011) What is Dhamma? Part 1 in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 58  
Kang, Chris (2011) What is Dhamma? Part 2 in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 41  
Kang, Chris (2011) What is Dhamma? Part 3 in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 40  
Kang, Chris (2011) What is Dhamma? Part 4 in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 34  
Kang, Chris (2011) What is Dhamma? Part 5 in (eds.) Rediscovering Dhamma. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Chris Kang 32  
Kang, Chris (2007). Where does meditation fit in on the recommended Path?. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View : proceedings of the Conference on Buddhism held in Forestdale, Brisbane, Australia on 8 December 2007. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-6). 8 December 2007. 90  
Kang, Chris (2007). Where does morality fit in on the recommended Path. In: Tanuja Yasanga Sarath-Chandra, Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View : proceedings of the Conference on Buddhism held in Forestdale, Brisbane, Australia on 8 December 2007. Conference on Buddhism: Answers to Twelve Common Questions based on the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Points of View, Brisbane, (1-4). 8 December 2007. 51  
Kang, Chris Wise mind warm heart. Seattle, WA, U.S.A.: CreateSpace, 2010. 87 3