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UN Day of Vesak in Vietnam
The Star, 14 May 2019
HANOI, Vietnam -- The United Nations (UN) Day of Vesak has kicked off in Vietnam’s northern Ha Nam province, with the participation of more than 1,650 international delegates from over 100 countries and regions.more…
Buddhist monks offer free traditional treatments
by San Ha, VietNamNet Bridge, Nov 19, 2017
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam --- Situated along Nhieu Loc Canal in HCM City’s District 1, Van Tho (Longevity) Pagoda has been a trusted place for free traditional cures for sprains, fractures and muscle and bone injuries for more than 30 years.more…
Indian monks brought Buddhism to Vietnam
VNA, Aug 27, 2017
Danang, Vietnam -- As Vietnam and Indian developed ties in the third century, Buddhist monks played a major role in cementing the relationship.more…
Vietnam President visits Supreme Buddhist Patriarch
VNS, May 5, 2017
Hanoi, Vietnam -- President Tran D?i Quang paid a visit yesterday to Most Venerable Thích Pho Tue, Supreme Patriarch of the Viet Nam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) on the occasion of the Buddha’s 2561st Birthday Festival 2017.more…
Vietnam Buddhist Sangha’s contributions celebrated at conference
VNS, November, 4, 2016
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam -- Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) has contributed to enriching and developing the country’s culture, the rector of HCM City University of Social Sciences and Humanities said at conference held on Wednesday.more…
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