BUDDHA DHYANA DANA REVIEW
Volume 12 No. 1
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Master John D. Hughes paying respect to the Acting Sangharaja at the International Conference on "Buddhism and World Peace", Maxx Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.
10 February 2002
Photographed by Anita Svensson
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Table of Contents
The Most Venerable Phra Acharn Plien Panyapatipo, Warburton, Victoria Australia, February 2002 (Photograph)
The Most Venerable Phra Acharn Plien Panyapatipo at Wat Dhammarangsee, Forest Hill, Victoria Australia, 27 February 2002 (Photographs)
Visit of Venerable Monks Venerable Sophal Kriv, Venerable Sambath Sam and Venerable Moni Lim to our Centre on March 12, 2002 (Photograph)
The Buddhist Hour Radio Broadcast 5 May 2002: A review of recent Prajna Paramita Teachings
Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association Chan Meditation Centre in Melbourne
Introductory Remarks by Noranit Setabutr, Rector World Buddhist University, International Conference on Buddhism and World Peace, 10 February 2002
"How our Buddha Dhamma studies will be modified by recent changes in global politics", International Conference on "Buddhism and World Peace" by Master John D. Hughes, 10 February 2002
"Buddhism and Economic Ethics - Towards A Sustainable World Peace", A Paper delivered at the International Conference on "Buddhism and World Peace" by Tavivat Puntarigvivat, Ph.D, 10 February 2002
The World Buddhist University, An International Conference on Buddhism and World Peace, Some Thoughts on the idea and the practice of Rissho Kosei-kai, by Rev. Norio Sakai, Counselor, Rissho Kosei-kai Japan
A Closing Address by H.E. Phan Wannamethee, President of the World Fellowship of Buddhists at the International Conference on Buddhism and World Peace, 10th February B.E. 2545 (2002), Maxx Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
Report on the Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the World Buddhist University Council held on 9 February 2002 at the Maxx Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
Interim report on the the World Buddhist University International Conference on Buddhism and World Peace held on 10 February 2002, Maxx Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
Photographs of the Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the World Buddhist University Council, 9 February 2002 and the International Conference on "Buddhism and World Peace", 10 February 2002, Maxx Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
A Commendation on the publication of the Bangladesh Buddhist Welfare Association journal AMITABHA
Ten Chan Masters painted by Master Andre Sollier
Celebration of the 16th Anniversary of the Chan Academy
Official Opening of the Spring Flowers Autumn Grass - The Spirit of Nature in Asian Art Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, 20 February 2002. Opening Address by Dr.Terry Cutler, Chairman, Australia Council for the Arts.
Photographs of Chan Master John D. Hughes and his wife Anita, with friends during the evening of the Official Opening of the Spring Flowers Autumn Grass - The Spirit of Nature in Asian Art Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, 20 February 2002.
Photographs of an Australian Crafted Jeweled Bodhi Tree to be presented to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama during his visit to Melbourne, May 2002
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