Archivio per settembre, 2011

His Holiness the Dalai Lama expresses concern for the devastation caused by floods in Orissa

set 29, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet In a letter to the Chief Minister of Orissa dated 29 September, His Holiness the Dalai Lama wrote: “I am saddened to know that some of the worst floods ever seen in Orissa have resulted in the loss of many lives and a great deal of property, wreaking havoc on millions of people in […]

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama offers condolences to the family of Wangari Maathai

set 27, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet Writing to the Green Belt Movement she founded in Kenya, His Holiness the Dalai Lama expressed his sadness at learning of the passing away of fellow Nobel Laureate, Wangari Maathai. “She lived a full and meaningful life and will be respectfully remembered for her efforts to promote conservation, women’s rights and transparency in governance. […]

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L’attacco del Dalai Lama: “Sul mio successore decido io”

set 27, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet Il leader religioso, durante l’undicesimo Incontro biannuale con i leader del buddismo tibetano e quelli della religione ancestrale Bon, spiega che Pechino “non ha alcun potere sulla questione. E non è escluso che interrompa la tradizione delle rinascite”. La Cina risponde: “Impossibile”. Nel frattempo, altri due giovani monaci si danno fuoco per chiedere libertà […]

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Statement of His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, on the Issue of His Reincarnation

set 24, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet (Translated from the Tibetan) Introduction My fellow Tibetans, both in and outside Tibet, all those who follow the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and everyone who has a connection to Tibet and Tibetans: due to the foresight of our ancient kings, ministers and scholar-adepts, the complete teaching of the Buddha, comprising the scriptural and experiential teachings […]

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Lavori forzati e corruzione per “rieducare” monaci tibetani

set 21, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet Lobsang Dhargye (22 anni), Tsekho (30 anni) e Dorjee (16 anni) avrebbero assistito il giovane monaco Phunsog durante la sua autoimmolazione nel fuoco, il 16 marzo scorso. Intanto, Pechino offre 10mila yuan e un prestito di 50mila yuan ai monaci di Kirti per “cominciare una nuova vita”. L’Ufficio cinese di pubblica sicurezza della prefettura […]

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama concerned about Sikkim earthquake

set 20, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet In a letter offering his condolences to the Chief Minister of Sikkim, His Holiness the Dalai Lama expressed his concern for the devastation caused by the recent earthquake in the state. “I was saddened to learn about the loss of life and damage to property that the recent earthquake has caused across isolated Himalayan […]

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama concludes his visit to Latin America

set 18, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet On the final day of his ten-day visit to Latin America, His Holiness the Dalai Lama gave a public talk on ‘Harmony through Universal Responsibility’ to 6,500 people at West Pavillion of the Parque das Convencoes do Anhembi in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This event was co-hosted by the office of the Mayor of Sao […]

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama joins panel discussion with neuroscientists

set 17, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet Today, His Holiness the Dalai Lama participated in a full-day open symposium on ‘States of Consciousness: Traditional Knowledge Meets Neuroscience’ held at the Golden Hall of World Trade Center in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The symposium was co-hosted by Federal University of Sao Paulo and the Albert Einstein Research Hospital’s Brain Center. Before attending the […]

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Tribunale cinese condanna a tre anni l’ennesimo attivista tibetano

set 10, 2011 No Commenti da

Tweet Paljor, 38 anni, aveva partecipato alle proteste anticinesi nel marzo scorso. Le manifestazioni erano esplose dopo la morte del giovane monaco Phuntsok, immolatosi in ricordo del massacro tibetano compiuto dall’esercito cinese nel 2008. Da marzo, arrestati almeno altri 6 tibetani. Un tribunale del Sichuan, provincia sudoccidentale della Cina, ha condannato a tre anni di […]

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