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Chinese authorities in Tibet arrested five monks and closed off their monastery amid rare protests against an intensified campaign to crack down on followers of the Dalai Lama, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reports....
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tit  

Location: Slovenia
Subject: Christian 123!?
Dec 02 2005 03:23 PM

Christians respect other religions? You are NOT for sure christian, poor little yellon nothing!
Bhod Rangzen  

Location: Delhi
Subject: Listen 123
Dec 02 2005 09:32 AM

Ok!

Since you are an authority on Chinese Buddhism, tell me to destroy a temple, desecrate statues and holy objects, pillage and steal the monastery's wealth, kill the monks, torture then, force them to disrobe, rape nuns and force them to cohabit, what is the result of such action.

What does Chinese Buddhism say about systematic destruction of over 6 thousand Tibetan monasteries and killing, imprisonment and torture of thousands of nun and monks?

To preach is something, to practice another. Your leaders made so many promises and on the backside did so many cruel things that now even your leader appear as Buddha, Tibetans will never believe them.

Do you know, how Chou En Lai was known as, Chew & Lie.
american  

Location: va
Subject: re: nyima
Dec 02 2005 08:02 AM

I can see that your life is full of suffering and pain.
free man  

Location: texas
Subject: 123
Dec 02 2005 06:31 AM

I see,I was kidding you, but you are so focused in your lectures full of intellectual knowledge that you forget also other people have their own experiences but we don't show them off pretending to shine credibility as you often do.If you relax and accept your being as normal you will enjoy much more life and conversation with others. Take it
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123  

Location: US
Subject: Vegetarian Food
Dec 02 2005 05:23 AM

Free Man:

Probably you don't know anything about Chinese Buddhism.

To dine at a Buddhist temple is to support the Buddhist institution. Other than receiving donation from prayers, Buddhist temples in China also open its dining hall to public as a way for raising revenue.

Though I am a Christian, I respect every other religion and I support their growth.
free man  

Location: texas
Subject: Fast food for 123 in the TEMPLE
Dec 02 2005 02:54 AM

So your mother go to Temple to fullfill her soul and you your belly, notty boy!
We do not like China and your lectures on China, try to be more humble maybe you can find some friends and feel less lonley in this world look like you enjoy to chat on Phayul even if you do not recive positive feedbacks !
123  

Location: US
Subject: Buddhism in China
Dec 02 2005 12:48 AM

Ms Hanna:

Buddhism will never vanish from China. In fact it is thriving if you ever pay a visit to China.

Ironically, it is estimated that about 20% of the supposedly atheist CCP cadres are Buddhist believers.

Though many Buddhist monasteries in China were destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, many have been since renovated and restored.

The most famous Buddhist Temple in China is the Shaolin Monastery. The Shaolin monks always tour around major American cities to demonstrate traditional Chinese martial art. If you live in one of the major metropolis, they will probably stop by your place next year. (They just stopped by my city early this year.)

Tibetan Buddhism has also attracted a lot of followers even among Han Chinese recently.

If you visit China, you should go visit Jehe -- about 100 miles northeast of Beijing -- where there are dozens of Tibetan Buddhist Monasteries that you can spend a whole day browsing around.

There is another famous hybrid Buddhist Monastery -- the combination of Chinese and Tibetan Buddhism -- in Shanxi province which is called Wutai Monastery. Even HHDL indicated that he wishes to visit that monastery.

Even though I am a Christian, I always escort my mother, who is a devoted Buddhist believer, to visit Buddhist temples whenever we visit China. Believe it or not, you can't even find standing room in some famous temples. We usually dined at the Buddhist Temples which served excellent vegetarian food to patrons.
khampa1  

Location: us
Subject: information
Dec 02 2005 12:21 AM



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Cyndia Hanna  

Location: California USA
Subject: Chinese Violation of Human Rights Must Stop
Dec 01 2005 10:10 AM

1. Tibet is Tibet - NOT China
2. The Buddha cannot be erased by PRC re-education - the Infinite IS.
3. I pray for Tibet (and for China).
Nyima  

Location: earth
Subject: American Va
Dec 01 2005 09:14 AM

I think you dont know the history of your freedom struggle Against Britsih Crown, North and South fight. The freedom american are enjoying today is because of hard work, struggle and blood shed done by american forefather, they fight with gun not with religion, likewise all the revolution french, spanish, Russian and chinese they all fought war.

And moreover you dont know what it is like to be third generation born refugee.

Becuase of chinese forefather became refugee and today born refugee and my child is also born refugee. The Cycle will go on if tibetan people dont start killing those chinese and act like them.

All tibetan talk about enthrowning His Holiness back to Potala Palace, it will remain dream if we dont start killing those chinese. There is a limit for peace and compassion. And more over good father will never tell there children to go kill those chinese but we have to do something by ourselves.

Our root are being wipe out and we just pleading in front Monster for mercy and give us back our country.

Today country problem have become a exotic showcase in west and around the world. Whenever there anything tibetan all curious public follow and make empty promises. But in reality we have become a good piece of joke.

Every where we go and live tibetan are foutisder , go back to your country or we will do this and that. Our whole generation are in constant fear and on constant move like a gypsy.

We are wandering in foriegn land aimless, hopeless, insecured, oppress, depress, low self esteem, with physiological and psychological truama.

You as a American should know how a born refugee feel like because United State is leader in psychological studies.

If you are not a real American. Then dont used the religion to avoid our responsility toward our nation and people. Dont used relgion to make wealth.


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