The LLHHDL Team's Blog – May 2009 Archive (20)

Dalai Lama to meet Danish PM: Sources

Dalai Lama to meet Danish PM: Sources

Phayul[Saturday, May 16, 2009 13:13]

By Tenzin Phende



Anders Fogh Rasmussen



Dharamsala, May 16 - His Holiness the Dalai Lama will meet the Prime Minister of Denmark during his two day visit to the country at the end of this month, Voice of Tibet radio service reported yesterday, citing a 'reliable' source who did not want to be named.



Lakha Rinpoche of Tibet Charity,… Continue

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Dalai Lama to write his autobiography

Dalai Lama to write his autobiography

Thursday May 14, 2009

Categories: Buddhism



According to reports on publishersmarketplace.com, Harper One bought the Dalai Lama's next book, MY SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY, yesterday.

Advance and publication date were not announced.

Aided by writer Sophia Stril-Rever, the Dalai Lama will talk about his spiritual development, including memories of his life as a child (chosen at age… Continue

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South Africa in Dalai Lama U-turn

South Africa in Dalai Lama U-turn

Page last updated at 08:06 GMT, Friday, 15 May 2009 09:06 UK





Dalai Lama in India, 11 March Beijing opposed the planned visit of the Dalai Lama to South Africa



South Africa's government has made a U-turn over its decision in March to deny the Dalai Lama a visa.



New International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said Tibet's spiritual leader could now visit… Continue

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Talking about jihad with the Dalai Lama

Talking about jihad with the Dalai Lama

Posted by Michael Paulson May 7, 2009 03:31 PM



This is a scene that immediately captured my imagination: last week, in the preacher’s room at Memorial Church in Cambridge, the Dalai Lama, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his advocacy of non-violence, turned to one of Harvard’s leading scholars of Islam and asked him about the meaning of jihad.



The Tibetan Buddhist leader briefly… Continue

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Dalai Lama's visit turns Albany into 'Tibet-stock'

Dalai Lama's visit turns Albany into 'Tibet-stock'

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 · Last updated 7:58 a.m. PT

By PAUL GRONDAHL

ALBANY TIMES UNION



ALBANY, N.Y. -- It's shaping up to be something of a Tibet-stock.



The Tibetan house party will begin downtown three hours before the Dalai Lama's 2 p.m. talk at the Palace Theatre Wednesday and continue long after the event.



Tibetan monks and lamas will attend and participants will wear colorful Tibetan… Continue

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More repression causes more resentment: Dalai Lama

More repression causes more resentment: Dalai Lama

Phayul[Monday, May 04, 2009 12:28]

By Bhuchung D. Sonam



His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the WAMU theatre, Madison Square Garden, NYC, May 3, 2009, photo/Sonam Wangchuk



New York City, May 3, 2009: During his address to the Tibetans living in New York and New Jersey areas, the Dalai Lama took the opportunity to send a message to people inside Tibet not to take… Continue

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The concept of Us and Them is old : Dalai Lama

The concept of Us and Them is old : Dalai Lama

Phayul[Monday, May 04, 2009 12:25]

By Bhuchung D Sonam



Town Hall, New York City: While the grey sky drizzled endlessly, the yellow cab wormed its way through infamous New York traffic. The first cab took us to a wrong street and the second cab dropped us three blocks off the destination. But the trouble was worth once we reached for the panel discussion.



The panelists were His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet… Continue

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Dalai Lama ends visit with stop in MA

Dalai Lama ends visit with stop in MA

Updated: Sunday, 03 May 2009, 12:14 PM EDT

Published : Sunday, 03 May 2009, 12:14 PM EDT

Nicole Warren

Nicolas LaBonte





FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (WWLP) - The Dalai Lama wrapped up a four-day visit in Massachusetts as part of his tour of the U.S.



The Buddhist spiritual leader donned a New England Patriots cap in front of a huge crowd at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.



Earlier this… Continue

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The Dalai Lama offers New England a message of kindness and compassion

The Dalai Lama offers New England a message of kindness and compassion



By NANCY BARBOZA

Special to Hathaway Newspapers

May 05, 2009 11:04 AM

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FOXBOROUGH — Embodying the message of kindness and compassion he so often preaches, the Dalai Lama accepted the invitation of the Tibetan Association of Boston to give a public talk on Saturday, May 2 at Gillette Stadium. The public teaching raised approximately $450, 000 for the organization, which… Continue

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His Holiness Meets Mary Robinson, Addresses Tibetans and Himalayans in New York City

His Holiness Meets Mary Robinson, Addresses Tibetans and Himalayans in New York City

Monday, May 04 2009 @ 03:56 pm BST



New York: His Holiness the Dalai Lama left Boston on May 3 morning for New York City. On his arrival in the city, His Holiness went straight from the airport to the venue of his first program, namely a 'Conversation on Wisdom and Compassion for Challenging Times' which he participated with Ms. Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland and former UN High… Continue

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Dalai Lama in NY urges Americans to visit Tibet

Dalai Lama in NY urges Americans to visit Tibet

May 3rd, 2009

Posted by: Mark Egan





Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Sunday urged Americans to visit his homeland to disprove China’s assertion that people are happy there.



Speaking in Manhattan, the Tibetan Buddhist, who fled his homeland in 1959 after a failed uprising against Chinese rule, said Beijing insists, “Tibetans are very… Continue

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Dalai Lama: Smart does not mean happy

Dalai Lama: Smart does not mean happy

Posted by Michael Paulson May 1, 2009 07:48 AM





The Dalai Lama spent yesterday in Cambridge; I covered his visit to Harvard, and my colleague Jim Smith covered his visit to MIT. Here's our dispatch, from today's Globe:



CAMBRIDGE - Arrayed before him were deans and doctors, professors and pupils, and the full range of scholars who populate the hallowed halls of… Continue

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A talk with the Dalai Lama

GLOBE EDITORIAL

A talk with the Dalai Lama

May 5, 2009



IN A MEETING at the Charles Hotel in Cambridge last week, the Dalai Lama and more than 100 scholars from China showed how direct discussion can overcome irrational prejudices and official cant. Chinese academics needed a chance to encounter Tibet's spiritual leader without government interference.



The organizer of the event, Lobsang Sangay, a senior fellow at Harvard Law School, set out the simplest… Continue

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A tree now grows in Harvard Yard, planted especially for Dalai Lama

A tree now grows in Harvard Yard, planted especially for Dalai Lama

By Michael Paulson | May 3, 2009



After covering a birch tree's roots with soil at Harvard, the Dalai Lama then watered the new planting. (Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)



In my many years as a newspaper reporter, I've been to a lot of groundbreakings and ribbon-cuttings and other events that journalists tend to dismiss as "dog and pony shows," but I must say… Continue

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Dalai Lama inspires reverent silence, cheers at stadium

Dalai Lama inspires reverent silence, cheers at stadium

By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff | May 3, 2009





The Dalai Lama's address was about the path to peace and happiness. In the morning, he gave a lesson about the teachings of Buddha and The Four Noble Truths. The Patriots cap was a big hit. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)

By Eric Moskowitz

Globe Staff / May 3, 2009



FOXBOROUGH - After a drizzly and overcast… Continue

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Mind Games: The Dalai Lama Takes Harvard

Mind Games: The Dalai Lama Takes Harvard

Saturday, May. 02, 2009

By John Cloud / Boston



The Dalai Lama addresses an audience on the campus of Harvard University.

Steven Senne / AP



The Dalai Lama is a lot more playful than your average Harvard professor, which is one reason his appearance at a Harvard psychology conference on Friday was so entertaining. The Dalai Lama — who at 73 has an agile, mischievous mind… Continue

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Nearly 16,000 turn out for Dalai Lama at Foxboro

Nearly 16,000 turn out for Dalai Lama at Foxboro

01:00 AM EDT on Sunday, May 3, 2009

By Andy Smith



Journal Staff Writer



Waving a Patriots cap that he was given, the Dalai Lama acknowledges the applause of the crowd Saturday at Gillette Stadium during a speaking engagement entitled "The Path to Peace and Happiness," hosted by the Tibetan Association of Boston.

The Providence Journal / Kathy… Continue

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Dalai Lama recognizes 'unsung heroes' from Marin

Dalai Lama recognizes 'unsung heroes' from Marin

Dalai Lama recognizes 'unsung heroes' from Marin

Rob Rogers

Posted: 04/30/2009 03:06:24 PM PDT



Marin Independent Journal

Four people from Marin have been honored by the Dalai Lama for their efforts to help and inspire others.



The Tibetan religious and political leader acknowledged the work of prison educator Steve Emrick, leukemia survivor Christopher Laub of Tiburon and Sister Gervaise Valpey,… Continue

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Dalai Lama's brain challenge produces split decision

Dalai Lama's brain challenge produces split decision

17:31 28 April 2009 by Ewen Callaway





The Dalai Lama challenged scientists to test the visual memory of Buddhist monks (Image: Sipa Press/Rex Features)



If you're going to challenge the Dalai Lama to a memory game, don't do it just after he's meditated. New research finds that meditation boosts visual memory, but only in the short term.



The findings… Continue

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Dalai Lama in line for Paris honour, says his office

Dalai Lama in line for Paris honour, says his office

13 hours ago



PARIS (AFP) — The Dalai Lama may be made an honorary citizen of Paris next month, a spokesman for the Tibetan spiritual leader said Saturday, raising the prospect of further tension between China and France.

The Dalai Lama was due to visit France from June 6 to 8, said Wangpo Bashi, general secretary of his Paris office.

"It is very possible that he will… Continue

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