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Animals and Humans: Working together in Japan

Jul 21, 2011
Animals and Humans: Working together in Japan

Like everyone else around the world, I have been following the news on Japan and praying for them. It is heart-wrenching to see what has taken place in the beautiful islands of Japan. More so, with the nuclear crisis that they now face. It seems like the disaster is never-ending… one problem after another…...

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Coloured frogs

Jul 21, 2011
Coloured frogs

Coloured frogs are now the latest rage in China. Not beautiful and exotic ones, but those that have been made colourful unnaturally...

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Went for a climb yesterday!

Jun 23, 2011
Went for a climb yesterday!

I went for a climb in Batu Caves which has 272 steps to the top. It was a twenty minute trek up. Monlam and Pastor Loh Seng Piow came along with me. Batu Caves is a very beautiful  Hindu Temple in the caves. The caves are huge and they have nice Indian veg restaurants...

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Quick Photos from Nepal Trip

Jun 3, 2011
Quick Photos from Nepal Trip

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Our group just arrived back to Malaysia from a successful spiritual trip from Nepal today Saturday, June 4, 2011. Everyone felt the trip was too short and the time sped by too fast..hehe..Nepal will do that to you..it’s a very exciting place to be…. They visited many holy places, made offerings, did powerful aspirational...

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Puja at Naropa’s Cave, Kathmandu, Nepal

Jun 3, 2011
Puja at Naropa’s Cave, Kathmandu, Nepal

These are pictures of myself in Nepal in 2008, the place is by a river and right next to the river near me is the cave of the Great Mahasiddha Naropa and his Guru Tilopa. I had taken about sixty over people there on a pilgrimage with me, and we all visited that cave...

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Bishwo Shanti Stupa – the Peace Pagoda in Pokhara, Nepal

May 20, 2011
Bishwo Shanti Stupa – the Peace Pagoda in Pokhara, Nepal

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Few aspects of Man’s nature showcase his ingenuity more clearly than his talent for cruelty and conflict. Fortunately, another of those aspects is his capacity for compassion and forgiveness. It is from roots borne of these two diametrically opposite traits that the Pokhara Shanti Stupa – and 79 other Peace Pagodas...

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Japan Earthquake Shifted Seafloor by 79 Feet

May 20, 2011
Japan Earthquake Shifted Seafloor by 79 Feet

Richard A. Lovett for National Geographic News, Published May 19, 2011 Japan’s seabed moved by as much as 79 feet (24 meters) during the giant March 11 earthquake—the largest earthquake slip ever recorded, scientists say. But that doesn’t mean that it’s the largest such shift ever to have been caused by an earthquake, cautioned...

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Breaking News – Quake Just Hit Japan again!

May 20, 2011
Breaking News – Quake Just Hit Japan again!

Right now photos and no casualty reports yet… it happened just three hours. Tsem Rinpoche     5.8-magnitude earthquake shook Tokyo and other areas in eastern Japan on Friday, the meteorological agency said. Agence France-Presse May 19, 2011 10:02 PM TOKYO – A 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook Tokyo and other areas in eastern Japan on...

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Households in Malaysia fork out half of income to resolve debts

May 17, 2011
Households in Malaysia fork out half of income to resolve debts

By Sebastian Loh, 4/27/2011 Unbelievable. According to the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP), Malaysian households use around half their incomes to resolve debts. The Star, a Malaysian daily, reported on the rather shocking revelations highlighted by CAP. The ratio of debt expenditure to disposable income (debt service ratio) for the typical Malaysian household sat...

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The Ethnics Groups of China

May 16, 2011
The Ethnics Groups of China

Here are some pictures I found of the different ethnic groups in China, and I thought it would be interesting to share. I love the study of people, their clothes, customs, beliefs, where they come from, why they are the way they are. Fascinating to me…so many beautiful and exotic people in the world. Tsem...

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Recent Malaysian News

Apr 29, 2011
Recent Malaysian News

China is Malaysia’s largest trading partner last year. This is fantastic. It’s great when countries trade, become friends and share cross cultural understanding as a result. Tsem Rinpoche     Malaysia, China economic co-operation deals By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 4/28/2011 Malaysia and China signed a slew of economic agreements Thursday, reinforcing an uptick in...

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1000-Armed Kuan Yin-Foo Hai Ch’an Monastery

Feb 7, 2011
1000-Armed Kuan Yin-Foo Hai Ch’an Monastery

Around 8 years ago in Singapore (Geylang), I happened across this Monastery by chance…I stopped the taxi and went inside to look…it was under massive renovations…but it had this huge Kuan Yin and I was so attracted…I wanted to visit the place again when it was done but for years forget where this Monastery...

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Tsem Rinpoche Bio Group Goes to USA

Oct 11, 2010
Tsem Rinpoche Bio Group Goes to USA

Kechara is doing a book and creating a movie on my life story. Actually I’m not anyone special, but my teacher in the past around 8 years back (2002) insisted I do a bio book on myself in which I vehemently asked to be excused from doing..But my teacher insisted…But as time passes, many...

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Greece seeks Chinese investment as PM visits

Oct 2, 2010
Greece seeks Chinese investment as PM visits

Greece Seeks Chinese Investment as PM Visits Cash-strapped Greece played host on Saturday to China’s Premier Wen Jiabao, hoping to drum up sorely needed investment as Athens battles to emerge from an unprecedented debt crisis. Athens was Wen’s first port of call on a European tour, with the Greek government eager to build on...

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Kalmyk People’s Origin – VERY INTERESTING

Sep 21, 2010
Kalmyk People’s Origin – VERY INTERESTING

  Regions with significant populations Kalmyks in Russia 172,000 Oirats in Mongolia 205,000 Oirats in China 139,000 Languages Kalmyk, Russian Religion – Predominantly Tibetan Buddhism – Minority Orthodox Christianity Related ethnic groups Oirats, Mongols, Buryats Kalmyk people (or Kalmyks) (Kalmyk: Хальмгуд, Halm’gud) is the name given to the Oirats, western Mongols in Russia, whose...

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Wonder Kid of Peking Opera

Sep 15, 2010
Wonder Kid of Peking Opera

Founded in 1790, Beijing (Peking) Opera has been the main form of Chinese entertainment for over 200 years. It all started when the Four Great Anhui Troupes went to Beijing to perform for the Imperial Court, with the royal families present. Although in this time and age, this beautiful national art form has to...

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Widespread devastation after 7.0 quake in N. Zealand

Sep 4, 2010
Widespread devastation after 7.0 quake in N. Zealand

A powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake caused widespread devastation in New Zealand’s second largest city of Christchurch Saturday, with officials saying it was “extremely lucky” no one was killed. Initial estimates put the damage at up to two billion dollars (1.44 billion US) as buildings collapsed, gas, water and sewage lines were ruptured, some bridges...

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Buddhist Monastery from 700 AD found!

Apr 4, 2010
Buddhist Monastery from 700 AD found!

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Buddhist monastery from 700 AD found by Shiv Sahay Singh | Apr 03, 2010 Kolkata, India — The excavations at Moghalmari, a nondescript village at West Midnapore in West Bengal, recently brought to the fore a gateway complex of the Buddhist monastery, dating to 7th century AD. The Department of Archaeology,...

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