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    From the Blogs Paid Member

    There's so much great stuff to be found out there on the Buddhist blogs. Here's just a tiny taste: Anyone planning to be in New Haven, Connecticut on April 11th should check out Danny Fisher's lecture, "What Does a Buddhist Chaplain Do? More »
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    Invasive Species Paid Member

    Invasive species are a serious and growing problem. The Telegraph (UK) describes the situation around the world and in Britain, where they are now worried about the infamous snakehead fish, which has also been found in the U.S. This is the monster-movie nightmare fish that can survive out of water for extended periods of time, walk on its fins, and apparently, if big enough, kill people. An editorial in the New York Times describes the common practice of ships dumping their ballast water in-harbor rather than out at sea, whichis largely responsible for carrying invasive species across oceans. Global warming may also play a role. More »
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    The Beef Industry, faked photos in Tibet, and Gambari Heads Back to Burma Paid Member

    You may have heard about or seen the sickening video from the Westland/Hallmark meatpacking plant in California. It's been all over the news. James at the Buddhist Blog has a great post on it. 143 million pounds of beef were recalled due to cruelty and slaughtering sick animals at this plant. Do a little bit of reading on the beef industry, just a tiny bit. It will make you sick and it will make you angry. U.N. More »
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    Thich Nhat Hanh's Deer Park Monastery Goes Solar Paid Member

    Cool stuff. Read all about it on deerparkmonastery.org! The image below was sent to Tricycle by Brother Phap Thanh and shows the sangha by one of the new panels. More »
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    Stallone Raises Awareness on Burma. Beijing's Panchen Lama joins the Party Paid Member

    The White House isn't satisfied with Burma's scheduled transition to democracy. This gesture by the junta is a result of the pro-democracy demonstrations of the fall, and they must be very annoyed that they caused enough of a ruckus by jailing and torturing monks they got the attention of the busy American octopus. And from one of Burma's troubled border regions: The leader of one of the largest Karen ethnic rebel groups in Burma was shot dead today at his Thailand border home. Mahn Sha, secretary general of the Karen National Union, was shot by two men at his house about five kilometres from the border with Burma, said Zin Linn, a member of the dissident National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma, to which Mahn Sha also belonged. More »
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    Biofuels, Baptists, Rambo, Thaksin, and Shanghai Paid Member

    Well, nothing's simple in this world. Depressing new research seems to indicate biofuels may be worse for the earth than fossil fuels. An American Baptist Delegation is going to visit Burmese refugee camps in Thailand. The film Hmyaw-lint-gyin-myar-swar (With Much Hope) about people living with HIV, won Burma's top film honors. Burma's very old movie industry has fallen on hard times. More »