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Wacana 2011 Conference goes live on July 31, 2011

The Buddhist Channel, Jul 30, 2011

Conference aims to discuss "The Buddha Word, its Social Relevance & Application Today".

Live coverage viewable at http://www.justin.tv/wacana2011

Serdang, Selangor (Malaysia) -- WACANA is a Buddhist Conference which aims to gather distinguished members of the Buddhist Sangha and laity to discuss pertinent issues affecting the Buddha-Sasana. Organized by Nalanda Institute Malaysia, this year's Wacana 2011 conference carries the theme “The Buddha Word, its Social Relevance & Application Today”.

This is the 4th WACANA installation after the successful Wacana 2007, 2008 & 2009. 

In conjunction with the 2600th Anniversary of the Buddha's Enlightenment as well as to commemorate the unbroken effort in propagating the Buddha-Word, this conference will be held on Sunday 31 July 2011, 9am – 5pm at the Nalanda Centre, Sri Serdang, Selangor.

Datuk Dr Victor Wee (Chairman of Tourism Malaysia), Mr Wei Chuan Beng (MD of Redtone International Bhd), Ven Dr.M Punnaji & Assoc. Prof. Dr Wong Yin Onn are among the key presenters.

For those who are not able to be present in person at Nalanda Centre, the event can be followed live online via http://www.justin.tv/wacana2011. Viewers will also be able to put forward questions to the panel speakers by using the facility of Chat Room.

For more information, visit http://www.nalanda.org.my/wacana/wacana11/index.html or contact Sis Santi Cheang  012.227.9349 or Sis Visakha Goh 016.238.0023.

 

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