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In its annual report on international religious freedom released on November 17, the US government has said it ’continues to be concerned for the preservation and development of the Tibetan people’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the protection of their fundamental human rights.’
In Mes Aynak in Afghanistan, archeologists are excavating a 2,600 year-old Buddhist monastery. Because the second biggest copper mine of Afghanistan is located beneath the archeological site, Chinese investors are eager to start digging. The archeologists in charge of the works are affraid they wont have sufficient time to fully preserve the site.
’Journey from Zanskar’ tells the story of two monks, seventeen children and some of their parents who undertake a journey in order to give the children better schooling and to pass on the tibetan (buddhist) culture at the same time.
Before watching ‘The Child’s Eye’, which is dubbed the first Mandarin movie in 3D, I wondered if the horror movie will be all the more horrible with a literally additional dimension…, which also led me to wonder what is the true source of horror.
New play "Ambush on T Street" explores the myth of isolation, the journey toward connection.
The King Library on Miami University’s campus has put on display the largest book in the world as part of its special collection.
The Xinjiang archaeological team from the Institute of Archaeology under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences launched archaeological excavations at the Tianfo Site in Damagou Town of Cele County in the city of Hetian, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region on Aug. 22.
“I noticed there was these qualities in my work that I’d always liked, and little by little I realised they were very fundamental Buddhist values of fluidity of time and silence and space, presence and immediacy.”
A team of specialists led by the president of Tokyo’s Sophia University has excavated the severed upper halves of six Buddhist statues from the Angkor ruins in northwestern Cambodia.
This is some artwork by a Tibetan artist who calls himself Gade. Gade has combined his love of iconic Western comic superheroes and the incredible art of Tibetan Thangka style paintings.