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Top 10 Global News: China Acts After US Warship Passed Through Taiwan Strait, Low Turnout In J6 Rally And More, World News

According to reports, the The People’s Liberation Army’s Eastern Theater Command dispatched naval and air forces to conduct joint patrols and combat exercises “in the waters and airspace in southwestern Taiwan” to monitor the situation. American ship throughout the Taiwan Strait. In addition, less than 100 right-wing demonstrators, largely outnumbered by an overwhelming police presence and even by journalists, gathered …

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Chinese military conducts exercises along Indian border with state-of-the-art equipment: report, India News News

According to reports, China has stepped up night exercises near the Himalayan border with India to familiarize the troops with his new equipment. The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) would like “higher standards” from troops stationed at high altitudes. Chinese state newspaper Global Times reported last month that the PLA military command in Tibet had conducted large-scale joint exercises in Tibet. …

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Photos: Llamas Create Traditional Sand Mandala Throughout Week At Randolph College | Latest titles

Three lamas from the Drikung Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism visited Randolph College the week of September 13 to create a traditional sand mandala in the south wing of Lipscomb Library. From Monday, the three lamas spent each day meticulously arranging colored sand into a mandala depicting Vasudhara, a Buddhist. goddess of wealth, prosperity, spiritual wealth and wisdom, and his …

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Does Xi Jinping play Don Quixote in Tibet? | Morung Express

By Vijay KrantiIANS | September 18 Going through the Chinese establishment hysteria at the sight of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the photos of the Dalai Lamas, President Xi Jinping’s efforts to occupy the Tibetan religion from within appear to be another repeat of Don Quixote. Some contradictions are quite difficult to understand, especially when they reflect fears deeply rooted in …

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“India should share its ancient knowledge with the world”: the Dalai Lama

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said Thursday, September 16, that India should share its ancient knowledge with the world. The Dalai Lama also appreciated India’s secular approach to treating all spiritual traditions with respect. The spiritual Buddhist said that the Indians have been their “gurus” and now is the time for India to share its knowledge with the rest …

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Online exclusive: Nalanda is still a ghost of the past

It was not easy to enter. Long before entrance exams – or certainly before unbelievably high thresholds became the norm – Nalanda University had a testing system. Maybe even the first. Hsuan-Tsang or Xuanzang, as it is now called, traveled to India and wrote about how admission was based on learning. Only 20 to 30 percent of applicants passed. As …

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Traveling through the Tibetan mountains: Tibet’s first high-speed train

The first high-speed rail system began operations in Japan in 1964, which saw the Tokaido Shinkansen travel at speeds of 130 mph. Since then, advancements in high-speed train technology have seen several countries, such as Belgium, Denmark, China, France, Italy and many others, build and develop high-speed rail infrastructure. . With China’s rail infrastructure notable for its speed, green credentials, …

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Life is Strange: True Colors Review bombed because of Tibetan flag

Currently it seems Life is Strange: True Colors is being criticized by Chinese users for including the Tibetan flag in one of its downtown stores. Life is Strange: True Colors takes place in the fictional town of Haven Springs Colorado and its main street includes a wide range of shops such as a bicycle shop, a marajuana dispensary and a …

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