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Relics of the late Venerable Dr K Sri Dhammananda interned in mini pagoda by The Buddhist Channel, December 2, 2006
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- The relics of Malaysia and Singapore's revered Chief Monk, the late Venerable Dr K Sri Dhammananda was interned in a specially built pagoda in a ceremony to mark his 3 months memorial today. The venerable passed away on August 31, 2006.
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Temple faces challenge of helping more HIV/AIDS patients by APIRADEE TREERUTKUARKUL, Bangkok Post, Dec 1, 2006
Lop Buri, Thailand -- Groups of emaciated HIV/Aids patients at Lop Buri's Wat Phra Baht Nam Phu will soon be a thing of the past. Instead, the country's hospice for severe Aids patients is now having to cope with an increasing number of people saved by anti-retroviral treatment but who still fall victim to the social stigma associated with the disease.
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Plans afoot to revive pledge to Buddhism by The Nation, Dec 1, 2006
Bangkok, Thailand -- Deputy Interior Minister Banyat Chansena yesterday proposed that all Buddhist children formally pledge their allegiance to Buddhism when they are eight years old - a tradition adopted during the reign of King Rama VI.
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Buddhist monks help UK addicts beat habit by www.sundayherald.com, 30 Nov 2006
IT MAY not be rehab as we might imagine it, but thousands of addicts have healed themselves with projectile vomiting sessions in this Thai monastery since the Buddha appeared in a vision before the abbot of Thamkrabok in 1959.
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Ruining the Ruins of Bagan by October 10, 2006 , Times Staff Writer
Richard Paddock of the Los Angeles Times reports that Myanmar's military regime is destroying the ruins of Bagan, one of the world's most important Buddhist sites, in an attempt to rebuild temples to lure tourists.
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Economy drives Asian migration to Pennsylvania by AP, 29 Nov 2006
A Buddhist monastery is being built in north-centra Pennsylvania. Korean banks are opening in the Philadelphia suburbs.
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One prisoner's path from racism to Buddhism by MARIA SUDEKUM FISHER, Associated Press, Nov 24, 2006
The exact number of U.S. Buddhists is not known. However, the population grew significantly after the United States eased immigration rules in the 1960s, admitting millions of Asians. American interest in the faith spiked during youth rebellions of the same period, gaining many more followers who remain active today.
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The "Journey of a Great Man" starts today by The Buddhist Channel, Nov 26, 2006
Week long of activities begin with an exhibition and novitiate program to commemorate the 3 month memorial of the late Ven. Dr K Sri Dhammananda
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Buddhists pay $50 fines for worshipping in house by John Tunison, The Grand Rapids Press, November 29, 2006
HOLLAND, Michigan (USA) -- As self-described "peaceful people," leaders of an Olive Township Buddhist Temple were in no mood to fight claims they violated township rules by worshipping in a house. The seven men pleaded guilty to a township ordinance violation Tuesday in Holland District Court and were sentenced to $50 fines.
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Ricky Martin admires Buddhist philosophy by Asian News international, Washington, November 28, 2006
Singer Ricky Martin may be a Christian, but when it comes to religion it is the Buddhist philosophy that he admires.
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