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Techno-Buddhism in Japan!

Mar 8, 2017
Techno-Buddhism in Japan!

(By Tsem Rinpoche) I love it when people try new and creative ways to bring Buddhism to a new crowd. The world today is full of distractions caused by technological advancements, so it is apt that this Japanese Buddhist priest has adopted a techno-music approach, drawing from his DJ background, to attract a younger...

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Why is Buddha Amitabha So Prevalent in China?

Dec 14, 2015
Why is Buddha Amitabha So Prevalent in China?

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor David) www.davidlai.me A month ago, I was with Tsem Rinpoche and a bunch of other people in a car. In a conversation about China, Rinpoche suddenly asked us, “Why is Buddha Amitabha so prevalent in China?” Silence ensued for a few moments as everyone struggled to recall what they...

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