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Erik and Jim come to Kechara

May 29, 2013
Erik and Jim come to Kechara

Recently, Jim Yeh and Erik Yeh visited Kechara all the way from Canada and India! The blog team has approached Erik to learn more about him, his brother and how he has doubts about his business...

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Felix joins Kechara Paradise

May 29, 2013
Felix joins Kechara Paradise

Felix found out about Kechara from his wife’s colleague and they were talking about Wealth Vases in the year 2012. At that point, the discussion about Wealth Vases interested him as it was a way to become more wealthy. Later, when he joined Kechara Paradise, he realised that Wealth Vases not only benefited him...

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Baoding Shan Rock Carvings-Nice!

Apr 14, 2013
Baoding Shan Rock Carvings-Nice!

(By Tsem Rinpoche) The Buddhist grottoes at Baodingshan, 20km northeast of Dazu, were carved during the Southern Song Dynasty under the direction of monk Zhao Zhifeng between 1179 and 1249 AD.

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Posted in Art, Architecture & Culture, Buddhas, Dharma & Practice, China, China 中国 | 10 Comments »

Is it easy to give a talk?

Jan 22, 2013
Is it easy to give a talk?

Today, I received an update from some of my students that Bryan, one of my PO, gave a talk to the Chinese group during Kechara Sunday Service.

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Caves of the Thousand Buddhas: The Mogao Caves

Mar 18, 2012
Caves of the Thousand Buddhas: The Mogao Caves

(By Tsem Rinpoche) The Mogao Caves of Dunhuang, China has been a treasure house of art, spanning over 1,000 years. In each and every one of its 492 Buddhist cave chapels, you will find floor-to-ceiling paintings and clay sculptures as it was previously used for devotions and meditation.

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Posted in Art, Architecture & Culture, Buddhas, Dharma & Practice, China, China 中国, Travel | 16 Comments »

Tianshan Mountain Landscape

Mar 18, 2012
Tianshan Mountain Landscape

(By Tsem Rinpoche) The scenery here appears to resemble one of the Buddha's True Land paradises, with its tall towers and graceful pavilions...

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Toyuq Village

Mar 18, 2012
Toyuq Village

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Shrines in the locality honor the first Uighur ruler to convert to Islam, as well as depict a local version of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus.

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Yungang Grottoes

Mar 18, 2012
Yungang Grottoes

(By Tsem Rinpoche) The grottoes are a fascinating study of the fusion of Central Asian with native Chinese forms of art, and the central gem in the necklace of Buddhist caves that begins with Dunhuang and ends with Longmen.

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I Love To Hunt… Let’s Go Kill!

Mar 12, 2012
I Love To Hunt… Let’s Go Kill!

At the end of last year, I blogged about a hunting service that was specifically catered to women who had a passion for hunting. Women, who usually brought along their daughters, would travel all over the United States to kill exotic animals...

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Would you have a waxed puppy??

Aug 3, 2011
Would you have a waxed puppy??

The term “wax” in ‘wax meat’ doesn’t literally mean that they use wax to prepare the meat. After the preparation of the desired meat, the finished product has the glossy appearance of a meat covered in wax...

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EU first: Chinese workers rebuild Polish motorways

May 26, 2011
EU first: Chinese workers rebuild Polish motorways

By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 5/26/2011 In the heart of the Polish countryside, about 500 Chinese workers toil frenetically on a new stretch of the A2 motorway connecting Berlin and Warsaw — an unprecedented sight both here and across the EU. Poland has become the first country in the 27-member bloc to open its doors...

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Amazing True Story-Must Read

May 20, 2011
Amazing True Story-Must Read

How would you feel seeing your father working day in day out late at night...winter... summer... and living off simple foods, only to give his hard earned cash to others?

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55ft Snake

Mar 6, 2011
55ft Snake

Below is a photograph of a 55ft (16.2 meter) snake found in China! So far, this is the only article about this incident that is available online. There aren’t many people who reported the story..However, a man died from shock upon seeing the snake… Do take a read. Imagine seeing a snake the length...

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