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Disgraced Buddhist monk Ming Yi, jailed six months in May, was released from prison on Thursday morning and is now on the Home Detention Scheme (HDS).
Residents of a remote former kingdom in the Himalayas that has been part of Nepal for more than two centuries said Friday they would bar tourists from entry to protest against the government.
Her eminence Yumiko Nakashima has proposed supporting the nunneries in Bhutan, with a hope of bringing all Buddhist societies together.
Shinno Yamasoba, 58, is the vice head priest at Daijyoji Temple in Hyogo Prefecture’s Kami town.
A Buddhist monk, Ryushin Paul Haller, called upon by a local health trust to improve the mental wellbeing of staff is willing to extend his work in Northern Ireland.
Army-ruled Myanmar has suspended visas on arrival for tourists from September ahead of its first elections in two decades, officials said on Monday, potentially restricting access to the country for foreign observers.
I have just returned from Bhutan, the Himalayan kingdom of unmatched natural beauty, cultural richness, and inspiring self-reflection. From the kingdom’s uniqueness now arises a set of economic and social questions that are of pressing interest for the entire world.
More than 300 villagers distributed fliers to passing motorists outside Kandal provincial court yesterday, condemning a local development company’s recent threats to tear down a nearby pagoda.
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama is 75 but still a true globetrotter, so much so that he doesn’t really need to unpack.
Initiated in 1998 under the leadership of UNESCO, the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is a moment of commemoration observed around the world.