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Fasting Buddha at Lahore Museum attracts Japanese aid by by Shoaib Ahmed, Daily Times, Nov 12, 2004
LAHORE, Pakistan -- Nobuaki Tanaka, the Japanese ambassador to Pakistan has agreed during a visit to the Lahore Museum in October, to provide technical know-how to the museum, museum sources told the Daily Times on Thursday.
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Following the traces of Buddhism's march through Asia by Souren Melikian International Herald Tribune , Saturday, July 31, 2004
It is not easy to travel 10,000 kilometers, all the way from Western Iran to Eastern China, in just one show. The "Silk Road" exhibition on view at the British Library until Sept. 12 must have left Susan Whitfield, the organizer and editor of the mammoth book that comes with it, exhausted. Subtitled "Trade, Travel, War and Faith," it meanders between documents and works of art without ever achieving a sense of direction.
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National Level Buddhist Organizations must rise up to face new challenges by by Goh Seng Chai, Buddhist News Network, June 10, 2004, Email: gohschai@tm.net.my
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- During the World Fellowship of Buddhists General Conference held in Shah Alam (Malaysia) in 2002, a fellow South Korean delegate remarked that Malaysia has the potential to become a world Buddhist centre
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Look Again at Tibetan Buddhism by Lea Terhune International Herald Tribune, Friday, January 14, 2000
Tibet was not called the "Forbidden Land" for nothing. Isolated by mountain fastnesses and unforgiving desert until the 20th century, Tibetans developed their own ways of doing things. When it comes to politics, those ways seem complicated to outsiders.
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The Many Faces of Buddha by Katherine Knorr International Herald Tribune, Saturday, October 24, 1998
At a time when East and West are watching each other particularly nervously, a small but captivating exhibition here looks at the way religious art and learning traveled from one civilization to another, and back and forth again, during the first millennium in Asia.
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A Little Meditation on the Bottom Line by Mary Blume International Herald Tribune,Saturday, July 8, 1995
Transcendental Meditation, he claims, can combat inflation and unemployment and in 1993 he announced that the efforts of 4,000 meditators cut crime in a particularly nasty part of Washington by 23.6 percent. Local police demurred, stating that the homicide rate had remained steady.
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Buddhism Gains Adherents in West by Miranda Haines,Monday, June 26, 1995, International Herald Tribune
Buddhism is staking out new ground. More and more Westerners are looking to the East for spiritual solace. In addition, many Asians who have ended up living in the West are going public as they attend to their religious roots.
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