Volume 14 No. 5

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Founder's Day 9 September 2004 at the Chan Academy Australia
In front of the Stupa: Venerable Phra Khruvinaithorn Tanee, Venerable P. Kassapa, Venerable Phra Sirinat Marathes, Venerable Phra Subin Hongsahat, Venerable Phra Ekl Souvanlasy, Venerable Upatissa

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Incorporating the Buddhist Discussion Centre (Upwey) Ltd. Newsletter and the Chan Academy# Newsletter.
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Julian Bamford, BA, App Rec
Evelin C. Halls, BA
Pennie White, BA, DipEd
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Table of Contents

Founder's Day Welcoming Address 9 September 2004 by Julian Bamford, B.A., President

Founder's Day Speeches on our Five Styles:
"Fellowship and Friendliness" by Julian Bamford, B.A., President

"Practicality" by Frank Carter, B.Ec., Vice-President Local Area Planning and Asset Management

"Professionalism" by Pennie White, B.A., DipEd, Vice-President International Dhamma Activities

"Cultural Adapability" by Leanne Eames, B.A., M.A., Chief Information Officer

"Lifetimes of Learning of Scholarship" by Evelin C. Halls, B.A., Director, Vice-President Corporate Governance and Reporting

Photographs of Founder's Day 2004

Eulogy on John D. Hughes written by Andre Sollier

Lumbini: “A Symbol of Unity in Diversity - The Foundation of World Peace”

Appeal for Funds - How You Can Help our Centre

The merit of this edition of the Buddha Dhyana Dana Review is dedicated to the Founder John D. Hughes, deceased 29 November 2003, and his wife Anita M. Hughes.

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