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Dernier ajout : 12 juillet 2016.

Malaysians Must Make It A Habit To Help Disaster Victims, Says Heng (Malaysia)

Malaysians must make it a habit to help disaster victims in other countries, said Deputy Information Communication and Culture Minister Senator Heng Saei Kie.

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Buddhist Association raises 2.33 mln yuan to quake-battered Qinghai

The Buddhist Association of China held religious service here Friday to pray for victims in quake-hit Yushu of northwestern Qinghai Province and raised 2.33 million yuan (341,286 U.S. dollars) for disaster relief.

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Sagya Monastery donates to quake-hit Tibetan temple

Monks in Sagya Monastery of Tibet has raised 100,000 yuan as of Thursday to assist disaster relief work in the Jiegu Monastery locating in the quake-devastated Yushu County, Qinghai Province.

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Buddhist center takes shape

With about $200,000 in donated labor from volunteers, Buddhist meditation center is nearing completion and will open for classes the first week of June.

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Light a lamp of hope and relief by Malaysian Buddhists

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Malaysian Buddhist organizations are coming together in one united act of compassion to raise funds and alleviate the sufferings of Haitian earthquake victims.

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Human Rights Abuse against Indigenous People in Bangladesh

On February 19-20, 2010, members of the Bangladesh army and illegal Bengali settlers attacked fourteen villages of the indigenous Jumma people in Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHTs) in Bangladesh. In these pre-planned attacks, at least 200 houses, seven shops, a UNDP-sponsored village center, Buddhist temples, and a church were burned to the ground.

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Buddhist monks march for world peace in India

Around 500 Buddhist monks marched for world peace from the holy city of Bodh Gaya in eastern India Saturday. The monks offered special prayers at the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya before leaving on the march to another holy town, over 43 miles away.

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Charity knows no bounds

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — The Tzu-Chi Foundation which was founded by a nun in Taiwan has undergone a miraculous growth. It now has 10 million members in 47 countries who do charity work around the world and save the environment in the process.

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Malaysia — Charity knows no bounds

The Tzu-Chi Foundation which was founded by a nun in Taiwan has undergone a miraculous growth. It now has 10 million members in 47 countries who do charity work around the world and save the environment in the process.

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Burmese Buddhist monks share plight with Tibetan exiles

An 18-member Burmese monks’ delegation, which arrived here on a three-day visit, shared their plight with Tibetan exiles here on Tuesday.

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