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Buddhadharma : Summer 2006
summer 2006| 94 |buddhadharma summer 2006| 94 |buddhadharma an effort to reverse what it believes is a declining interest in Buddhism in the country. The sutta teachings will be dramatized in about 250 parts. It is expected to take about three months for 1,000 monks to translate the Tripitaka from its original Pali into vernacular Thai, and four years to film the project. ■ Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson, Antony, Damien Rice, and Allen Toussaint were on the bill at the 16th annual tiBet house BeneFit concert at Carnegie Hall in March. Proceeds went to Tibet House, New Orleans Artists Against Hunger and Homelessness, and the Tibetan Community of New York and New Jersey. ■ Five hundred guests helped the BuDDhist Peace FelloWshiP celebrate its 28th anni- versary at a sold-out benefit on March 5, with special guests Tenzin Robert Thurman and Bhante Suhita Dharma. ■ An entire museum in Rotterdam, the Wereldmuseum, will be devoted to an exhibit entitled tiBet anD the 14 Dalai laMas, which runs from the beginning of June to January 2007. The exhibit will be supplemented by lectures, music and dance presentations, and demonstrations and workshops on Tibetan Buddhism and Tibet culture. Personal effects of the past and pres- ent Dalai Lamas will also be on display, includ- ing the 14th Dalai Lama’s 1989 Nobel Peace Prize. ■ The Watsonville BuDDhist teMPle celebrates its centennial in 2006 with a yearlong lecture series that will culminate in a celebratory banquet and anniversary cere- mony on November 4. The California temple is a member of the Jodo Shinshu Nishi Hong- wanji tradition of Buddhism. ■ B. alan Wallace delivered the keynote address at the “Mind & Reality Symposium on Conscious- ness,” a two-day conference in late February hosted by Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Science and Religion. The confer- ence examined the relationship between Bud- dhism and Hinduism, and modern perspectives on consciousness. Panel participants included Georges B. J. Dreyfus, Anne Klein, and Thubten Jinpa. ■ In July, gaMPo aBBey, a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Nova Scotia, ➤continued from page 93 C hö g yal Namkhai Norbu 2006-2007 Transmission Dates August 4 - Anniversary of Guru Padmasambhava November 15 - Anniversary of Adzom Drugpa March 3, 2007 - A n n i versary of Guru Garab Dorje Dzogchen Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu has committed for his lifetime, to give the essential transmission of G u r u yog a on three anniv ersari es each year. Direct transmission is not limited by space or distance. The practice is coordinated by global timetable and videotape, and is hosted at the main Gars and by local practice groups throughout North America and the world. contact: firstname.lastname@example.org telephone: 413-369-4153 Tsegyalgar, Dzogchen Community in America, Inc. PO Box 277, Conway, MA 01341 tel: 413-369 -4153 | fax: 413-369 -4473 e-mail: email@example.com website: www.tsegyalgar.org kwan um school of zen over 100 centers and groups worldwide firstname.lastname@example.org www.kwanumzen.org zen master seung sahn founding teacher photobyMatthewSmolinskyrobertCossairtisaaCsolotaroFF