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Tibetan Buddhist teacher in exile from homeland

Bay of Plenty Times, Jun 28, 2015

Bay of Plenty, New Zealand -- It has been almost 30 years since Geshe Jamyang Sherab was last home.

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Buddhism, Australia’s second largest religion

by Jake Mitra, The Buddhist Channel, April 14, 2015

Perth, Australia -- The spotlight will fall on Perth’s growing role as a cultural and tourism hub for the Australasian region over the August 8–9 weekend this year, when more than 1,000 international and Australian delegates will gather for a unique conference hosted at Perth’s Convention & Exhibition Centre: the 9th Global Conference on Buddhism, themed on Resolving Conflict with Mindfulness.

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Construction of RM1.1bil Buddhist retreat and kung fu school to start soon

Xinhua, March 27, 2015

SYDNEY, Australia -- After more than 1,500 years in existence, Dengfeng’s revered Shaolin Temple is to soon start building its first international outpost in Australia.

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Tony Abbott opens Nan Tien Buddhist Institute at Wollongong as leadership tensions continue

by Emma Partridge, Sydney Morning Herald, March 2, 2015

Wollongong, Australia -- If you don't know whether you'll be prime minister next week – put on your best Sunday shoes, laugh with monks and clean.

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Nan Tien Institute to open $40 million campus on March 1

By AGRON LATIFI, The Illawarra Mercury, Feb. 23, 2015

Unanderra, Australia -- It has been 15 years in the making but the wait will be over this Sunday when Australia's first government-accredited Buddhist tertiary institution is officially opened before many guests.

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Phoney Buddhist monks scam Victorians and tourists

by Louise Almeida, The Age, January 9, 2015

Melbourne, Australia -- Fake Buddhist monks are scamming well-meaning Melburnians and tourists, Consumer Affairs has warned.

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In search of a wandering Buddhist monk

by Kerry Stewart, ABC, 31 October 2014

A Buddhist monk on a country road

Sydney, Australia -- Buddhist monk Jason Chan has been wandering the east coast of Australia since 2011 barefoot and carrying nothing but his robe and alms bowl. Keeping a diary of efforts to locate Jason in Sydney, Kerry Stewart made some spiritual discoveries of her own.

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Australia’s First Buddhist-run Institution Blooms

by Angela Fedele, http://sourceable.net, 7 October, 2014

Wollongong, Australia -- Wollongong’s Nan Tien Temple has opened Australia’s first Buddhist-run tertiary institution with architecture that is as spiritual as its teachings.

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Circle of Wisdom: A Tibetan Buddhist Mandala

The Buddhist Channel, Oct 6, 2014

Perth, Australia -- The Phen Dhe Ling Tibetan Buddhist Association will be hosting the creation of a Buddhist Mandala from October 11 to 18, 2014 at its centre in Perth.

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Plans move forward for Buddhist cafe in Brighton East despite two objections

by Jon Andrews, Bayside Leader, August 18, 2014

Melbourne, Australia -- ALONG with the soothing oms of meditation, a Brighton East Buddhist centre will soon be humming with the gentle sounds of sipping coffee.

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