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1. learning | 03 Jun 2010
Newspaper section: Learningpost
» University of the West (UWest), the only accredited Buddhist university in Los Angeles County, graduated on May 15 a former Buddhist monk from Thailand who will use his training to become the second Buddhist chaplain in ...
2. learning | 09 Jun 2011
» An upcoming conference in Thailand will bring together female Buddhist monastics from around the world.
3. news | 11 Apr 2013
» Authorities in Xian, the Chinese city home to the Terracotta Warriors, have ordered most of the buildings in a 1,300-year-old Buddhist temple demolished, staff said Thursday, provoking online outrage.
4. news | 20 Mar 2013
» Religious violence may be on the rise and the Taliban still a threat, but Pakistan is hoping a rich Buddhist heritage will help it boost international tourism to its troubled northwest.
5. learning | 03 Jan 2013
» Buddhist chanting at Wat Hua Lamphong in Bangkok replacing parties & alcohol for many devout Buddhists on New Year's eve.
6. news | 12 Apr 2013
» With tears running down his cheeks, a Buddhist fisherman from Myanmar told how he was living in fear after his friends were beaten to death by Muslim Rohingya in a brutal attack at an Indonesian detention centre.
7. news | 05 Apr 2013
» MEDAN – Police say a violent brawl between Buddhist and Muslim asylum seekers from Myanmar at an immigration detention centre in Indonesia has left eight people dead and 15 injured.
8. learning | 04 May 2010
» Education officials are seeking approval for upper-secondary students to keep the textbooks lent to them under the Borrowing Textbooks to Study project.
9. learning | 30 Sep 2010
» Monastic rules are strict but high-profile, charismatic monks sometimes get away with wrongdoing.
10. lifestyle | 07 May 2013
» The interview with Zen master and Buddhist icon Thich Nhat Hanh was unique. He did not impart his message through words, but principally through his being and interaction with the interviewer.