Special day at Buddhist Centre

by Elouise Hawkey, Wellington Times, May 28, 2018

Wellington, New Zealand -- Wellington’s Buddhist community has extended an invitation to the general public to attend a special day of birth, death and enlightenment of Buddah this weekend.

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Buddhist practice given artistic edge in multi-sensory exhibition gallery

by MEGHAN LAWRENCE, Stuff, September 22 2015

Auckland, New Zealand -- Buddhism is at the heart of Tiffany Singh's latest art installations. The Auckland artist will have 12 works on display in her upcoming exhibition Mahabhuta: The Great Element'jointly presented at Uxbridge Centre for Arts and Culture and the Fo Guang Shan Temple.

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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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Public invited to check out Buddhist centre

by JANINE RANKIN, Stuff, Matrch 5, 2014

Manawatu, New Zealand -- After years of work and a tortuous path through resource consent processes, Palmerston North's Amitabha Buddhist centre is ready to settle into peaceful meditation.

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Buddhist monk beaten unconscious

3News, 17 Aug 2013

Auckland, New Zealand -- A 58-year-old Buddhist monk has been beaten unconscious and left tied up on the floor of the Quan Am Buddhist Monastery south of Auckland.

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