UQ’s Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Manager Andrea Colledge said people brought flowers, candles and joss-sticks as symbolic offerings.
“Buddhism is practiced all over the world and we feel that this is a tremendous opportunity for UQ to join in and celebrate this auspicious holiday with our Buddhist friends from around the world,” she said.
“UQ is privileged to host many students who practice some variant of Buddhism.
“The Multi-Faith Chaplaincy hosts several Buddhist and meditation groups that welcome anyone who is interested in exploring the tradition.”
There wwere several events exploring the life of Buddha, Buddhism and the Buddhist meditation tradition.