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Bhutanese heads team to translate Tibetan Buddhist text

by Yip Yoke Teng, The Star, March 22, 2014

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- BRINGING the true teachings of Buddha to the world by translating over 231,800 pages of text from Tibetan to English and other languages is a painstaking 100-year project.


One man's quiet reckoning on Flight 370: Wife's 'goodness

By Moni Basu, CNN, March 21, 2014

Chennai, India -- Malaysia Airlines offered to fly K.S. Narendran to Kuala Lumpur after Flight 370 vanished almost two weeks ago. His wife, Chandrika Sharma, was one of 239 people aboard the passenger jet.


Hwansan Sunim, Korean Buddhist Monk, Explains How Meditation Can Help You Deal With Difficult Emotions

The Huffington Post, March 14, 2014

Incheon, South Korea -- How do you react when you get upset or hurt? In spite of all the coping methods we learn in the course of our lives -- from our parents, from experts, and from our own instincts -- according to Korean Buddhist monk Hwansan Sunim, we are still, as individuals and a society, far from understanding how to deal with distress.


Buddhist online giants join forces to reach out to Gen-Y

The Buddhist Channel, March 6, 2014

Appbook titled “Settling Back in The Moment” is expected to reach out to 100,000 people in its initial run.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- BuddhaNet, Buddhist Television Network of Korea (BTN) and The Buddhist Channel have come together to co-produce and promote a brand new AppBook called “Settling Back in the Moment”. Based on an out-of-print title of the same name, the AppBook version gives the book a modern take with up to date animation and graphic designs.


When love and Buddhism go hand-in-hand

by Pichaya Svasti, The Bangkok Post, 14 Feb 2014

Bangkok, Thailand -- It is rare for the important days of two faiths to fall on the same date. Yet, it happens today when Thais celebrate St Valentine’s Day and Makha Bucha Day. For many young people, especially those in love, Valentine’s Day surely brings more fun to them, while devout Buddhists who believe in true happiness from faith certainly opt for observing Makha Bucha.


What Tibetan Buddhism Can Teach Us About Happiness

by Carolyn Gregoire, The Huffington Post, Feb 6, 2014

San Francisco, CA (USA) -- One of the most geographically isolated cultures in the world may contain the secrets to happiness that the rest of us have been looking for. Perhaps in part because of the country's remote location, the Tibetans have become the guardians of a deep, well-preserved wisdom tradition that modern science is only now catching up to.


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