BUDDHA DHYANA DANA REVIEW
Volume 11 No. 2
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The Venerable Master Ching Hsin, Chairman, International Conference on Religious Cooperation presented by John D. Hughes with a gift at the Closing Ceremony, 21 September, 2001, Taipei, R.O.C., The Grand Hotel.
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Table of Contents
International Conference on Religious Cooperation, Declaration of Commitments, September 18-21, 2001, Taipei, R.O.C.
An Australian meaning of 'A Fair Go For All: Speech by John D. Hughes presented at International Conference on Religious Cooperation held in Taipei, Taiwan, 18 to 21 September 2001
Comments by John D. Hughes on the Third
Discussion Group: Religious Research and Biotechnology, Wednesday 19
Photographs from the International Conference on Religious Cooperation attended by John D. Hughes and Anita Svensson
Photograph of John D. Hughes Prajna Paramita Teaching on his 57th Birth Anniversary on 9 September 1987
A Monograph on a Vajrayogini Thanka Painting by Julie O'Donnell
Vajrayogini Thanka Painting by Julie O'Donnell
"Young Leaves" - An exhibition of calligraphy by Shodo Master Shigyoku
"Countless Silk and Threads" - An exhibition of Chinese embroidery treasures
"How we can strengthen our practice", Dhamma Talk by Venerable Bhikkuni Kusuma, MA Phd, recounted by Pennie White, BA Dip.Ed.
Photographs of Venerable Bhikkuni Kusuma visit to our Centre and Buddhist Hour radio broadcast
Appeal for Ayya Khema International Buddha Mandir
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