No, the International Buddhist Temple is open to the public regardless of ethnicity and religion. We wish to inform anyone who is open-minded and interested in learning about Chinese art, culture, and Buddhist philosophy. Members of other local and international religious groups have visited, or are even regular visitors of our temple. Numerous schools and other educational institutions arrange tours every year, in order to teach their students about the Buddhist faith and Chinese culture. Although everything at our temple is of Chinese or Buddhist origin, it is an international meeting place of minds. People from all walks of life can engage in multicultural and philosophical exchange here, which is why the founders chose the name International Buddhist Temple.