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Vietnam Buddhist Sangha’s review made debut
VietNamNet Bridge, April 27, 2008
Hanoi, Vietnam -- The Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Central Committee and the Hanoi Buddhist Institute introduced the first issue of “Khuong Viet” Review to the public at a press conference in Hanoi on April 26.
Most Venerable Thich Thanh Tu, Permanent Vice President of the VBS Central Committee and editor-in-chief of “Khuong Viet” Review, told the press that the first issue of Khuong Viet Review was published on the occasion of the 6th National Congress of the VBS.
The quarterly review was named after Buddhist monk Khuong Viet (933-1011), who was a brilliant politician, diplomat, and national security advisor of the country in the 10th century.
With the principle of studying and making knowledge and cultural value of Buddhism popular, the review will provide readers with Buddha’s teachings and information about religious activities of the VBS Central Committee and local VBS committees as well as historic and cultural relics.