Death notice of VERL HINATSU (1953 – 2021) – Boise, ID

Verl HinatsuNovember 26, 1953 – August 7, 2021Boise, Idaho – VERL MATHIAS HINATSUA life well livedLongtime Boise, Idaho resident Verl Hinatsu passed away suddenly on August 7, 2021 at the age of 67. Born in Ontario, Oregon on November 26, 1953, he grew up on the family farm in Fruitland, Idaho where he lived with his parents and 4 siblings. …

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“Pakistan and Saudi Arabia bound by religion and region” – Journal

KARACHI: A book titled Pakistan’s Relations with Saudi Arabia by former Ambassador Shahid Amin was launched at the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) on Saturday afternoon. Speaking on the occasion, former Senator and Information Minister Javed Jabbar said the book was truly a remarkable contribution to a very limited range of literature on the subject. “What better gentleman to do …

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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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Feel the cultural imprint of the 1,500-year-old Xumishan Caves

The 1,500-year-old Xumishan Caves, located in Guyuan City in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, are home to more than 160 caves and more than 1,000 statues. Standing on Mount Xumi, one can see uniquely charming caves, Buddha statues, temples, ancient trees and strange rocks. No one would have imagined that what was a little-known mountain decades ago has become a famous …

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Luxury is home made this heritage month

September is a month of celebration in South Africa. We go back to the roots, we come together and we celebrate what makes us the epitome of South Africa. South Africa’s heritage is deeply rooted in its distinctiveness. While it is rare for a country to have both a diverse cultural and natural heritage, we find ourselves blessed with both; …

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Five finds from ancient Greece that shaped our modern world

The theater started in ancient Athens. The first productions were based on religious ceremonies, represented through tragedy, but over time other genres like comedy and satire were created. Credit: Wikipedia /Public domain. If you are wondering exactly what were the contributions of ancient Greece to our modern world, here is just a small sample of the major inventions and discoveries …

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Indian Creek Mask Mandate Raises Concern | News, Sports, Jobs

WINTERSVILLE – A temporary mask warrant raised concerns among parents at the Indian Creek school board meeting on Thursday. The measure was adopted during a previous emergency session and was implemented on September 13 with the aim of keeping the number of COVID infections low. Prior to that, masks had been highly recommended, but Superintendent TC Chappelear informed parents of …

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The island with an ancient history that explains the world

In July 1997, I had the chance to spend a few days among the Paiwan, an aboriginal people of the highlands of south central Taiwan. I was in the country for generally academic reasons, attending a conference at a research center in Taipei, but had been invited by a few anthropology students who were undertaking fieldwork in the interior of …

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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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Kwale residents urged to avoid divisive politicians

Kwale County Deputy Governor (DG) Fatuma Achani called on residents to reject opportunistic politicians to divide them along religious and tribal lines ahead of the 2022 general election. Achani denounced the current scenario where people considering various elective positions promote tribalism, the politics of insults and hate speech to gain support. She said it was high time Kenyans learned to …

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In Afghanistan, girls are forced to dress like boys

AREF KARIMI / Getty Society tells us, even as young girls, that boys have an easier time. But basically here in America boys and girls have equal access to education, work, and sports (mostly). We may not all have equity, but many of us have access to it, and that means something. For boys and girls in Afghanistan, life is …

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Is India a community country?

By Gargi Singh (Member, you are a wonderful project) India is a diverse nation, not only in a singular sense but in a multifaceted sense – religion, caste, culture, ethnicity and various others. We proudly claim to be united in this diversity but in reality it is a utopia. Religion unites a lot but also creates hostile feelings for people …

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Tibetans detained deprived of adequate food and medical care

Tibet [China], September 17 (ANI): More than 100 Tibetans, who were recently detained by Chinese authorities in Kardze prefecture, Sichuan, have reportedly been denied adequate food, medical care and clothing. At least 121 residents of Dza Wonpo township in Sershul (Chinese, Shiqu) county of Kardze have been arrested over the past three weeks in a crackdown by authorities on language …

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Constitution Day 2021: Celebrating the Bill of Rights

The United States is a relatively young country, but we have the oldest written national constitution. On Constitution Day, we honor this incredible document, which has persisted for over two centuries and inspired a host of other constitutions around the world. Today marks the 234th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. Our Constitution has lasted so long thanks to …

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The model emperor of the Chinese Communist Party

Sep 18, 2021 WHAT WITH his dozens of concubines, his obsession with collecting precious jade, and his penchant for inscribing his own (not so good) poems on ancient paintings, Emperor Qianlong makes an unlikely hero for the Chinese Communist Party, especially the one led by Xi Jinping, a severe ascetic. Qianlong was a man of formidable intelligence and willpower, whose …

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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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Faith must identify with those who suffer, says the Pope at mass

ŠAŠTIN, Slovakia – The world needs Christians who are “signs of contradiction,” who demonstrate the beauty of the gospel rather than hostility towards others, said Pope Francis. Celebrating Mass on the last day of his apostolic trip to Slovakia on September 15, the Pope said the country needs such prophets who are “models of fraternal life, where society experiences tensions …

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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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Who are the M25 protesters blocking the highway?

The IT manager, from London, helped block the M25 and A13 junction on Monday. She is believed to have been involved in Extinction Rebellion since 2018 and has been involved in actions such as blockades in Waltham Forest. She describes herself on social media as a “citizen of the world” and “rebel”, as well as a cyclist, walker and gardener. …

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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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Indian court urges Modi to ‘protect Hindu rights’ with new communalist ‘cow protection’ legislation

A high court judge in Allahabad, northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, issued a reactionary ruling dripping with Hindu supremacism earlier this month denying Javed bail, a 59-year-old Muslim man. In March, over six months ago, Javed was arrested by Uttar Pradesh police for the “crime” of slaughtering cows under the state’s draconian anti-cow slaughter law, and he has been …

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Ministry calls for changes to Buddha statues

Buddha statues on Phnom Sampov Mountain in Battambang Province were seen earlier this month. FACEBOOK Battambang Provincial Department of Worship and Religion is seeking permission from sculptors to make alterations to Buddha statues that are under construction on the face of Phnom Sampov mountain after inaccuracies discovered during recent inspection . Department director Kun Sambath Moniroth said on September 12 …

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Panchkula teacher sentenced for hurting religious feelings: The Tribune India

Panchkula, September 11 Local police convicted a former teacher at Jainendra Public School, Sector 1, for allegedly hurting the religious feelings of members of the school’s management committee. An FIR has been filed against Poonam Thakur under IPC Sections 295-A, 298, 420, 447 and 120 B at Sector 7 Police Station on the complaint of Tarun Jain School Secretary, the …

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Indian occupation of Junagadh – an act of shameless aggression

Besides the occupation of Jammu and Kashmir in 1947, India, by a brazen act of aggression, transgressed the princely state of Junagadh, ruled by the Muslims, and occupied it by force shortly after the partition of the Indo-Pakistani subcontinent. Bahadur Khan Babi, son of Shayr Khan Babi, proclaimed his independence from Mughal rule after the death of the great Mughal …

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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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Taliban and Afghan women in sport: La Tribune India

Rohit mahajan SHOULD WE allow women to play sports? Is it necessary for women to play sports? In the civilized world, anyone who uses the words “allow” and “necessary” in the context of women in sport – or any other field of human endeavor – would be considered an idiot who is not suitable to be taken seriously. But not …

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The ancient roots of Greek hospitality

The Story of Baucis and Philemon – a pair of former Hospitallers who were saved by Zeus and Hermes. Credit: Wikipedia / Public domain. The Greek word Philoxenia, literally translated as “the friend of a stranger”, is widely seen as synonymous with hospitality. For the Greeks, it is much deeper than that. It is an unspoken cultural law which shows …

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Taliban victory threatens to be a double-edged sword for Pakistan

BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 2149, September 9, 2021 ABSTRACT: Pakistani efforts to exploit the Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan threaten to reinforce ultra-conservative tendencies in Pakistan itself, the second most populous Muslim-majority country in the world, long accused of supporting militant religious groups. The idea that religious ultra-conservatism cannot remain contained in Afghanistan may be one of the reasons why …

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Saif Ali Khan: Too much religion worries me

Preparing for the release of his latest film Bhoot Police, Saif Ali Khan says he is spiritual but not particularly religious and has a “very sad feeling … it’s just that the lights go out” after your death . Too much religion worries him, said the actor who describes himself as “agnostic”, much like his character in the horror comedy …

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9 things to know before visiting Tibet

Monks, monasteries and mountains. Tibet is one of the most unique places you will visit. Known as the “roof of the world”, the “third pole” or the “land of snows”, Tibet is one of the most intriguing and mysterious places in the world. This massive land is home to Buddhist monasteries, historic sites, vast snow-capped Himalayan mountains, furry yaks, beautiful …

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Indian Islam is special | Indian express

This was arguably the most important comment on Islam that an Indian Muslim has made in a long time. But, instead of applause, Naseeruddin Shah found himself in the crosshairs of Hindu and Muslim fanatics. The actor, speaking of the return of the Taliban, said that Indian Muslims welcoming the return of “these barbarians” should remember that Indian Islam has …

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Kudumbigala Forest Hermitage, a lonely landmark of Panam Pattuwa

We spotted the isolated rock of Kudumbigala in the distance, before entering the gravel road that led to Kumana National Park. Kudumbigala sits majestically atop a rocky outcrop in Yala East National Park better known as Kumana, 11 kilometers from Panama. Today it is known as the Kumana-Kudumbigala Shrine. There is a shrubby jungle covering thousands of acres. No suitable …

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Tibetan girl wins gold medal

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMHALA, September 4: Recently graduated Tibetan nursing student Tenzin Noryang received a gold medal for achieving top marks for four consecutive years at the KLE Academy for Higher Education and Research in Karnataka State. The Bachelor of Nursing Gold Medal was awarded to Noryang at the graduation ceremony held on August 19. to reduce their suffering, ”the …

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Police professional | SPA strengthens police engagement with “rarely heard” groups

SPA strengthens police engagement with “rarely heard” groups The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) is working with Police Scotland and the Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) to fund a series of projects aimed at improving engagement with ‘rarely heard’ communities. Sep 3, 2021 By Paul Jacques The rarely heard term refers to communities that are historically under-represented and may be …

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Hokusai at the British Museum – An Exciting Treasure of Original Drawings

“Lightning strikes dead VirÅ«dhaka” by Katsushika Hokusai (c. 1820-1840) © The Trustees of the British Museum “I was speechless when I saw them, my heart was pounding,” says Tim Clark, former head of the Japanese section of the British Museum. “It was like meeting an old friend that you hadn’t seen for a long time.” Spread out in front of …

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François Vincent Cassidy | News, Sports, Jobs

Francis Vincent Cassidy, 93, of Lancaster, Pa., Died on July 22, 2021 after a long illness. Son of the late Edward Camillus Cassidy and Florine Marie (Harker) Cassidy of Newry. He attended St. Patrick’s School in Newry and graduated from Hollidaysburg High School. During the summers he worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad in the Round House and other jobs before …

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The strange race to find a billion years gone

“On these timescales, we’re not really good at fine-tuning an age for the exact missing time,” says Francis Macdonald, professor of geology at the University of California at Santa Barbara, who was also involved in the research. “And so the previous theory suggested that okay, it all forms once, with glaciation – but we say ‘no, it formed over hundreds …

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A RARE PAINTING FROM THE LAMDRE LINE OF TWO SAKYA MASTERS

A double-lineage painting by Lamdre Two enthroned lamas gaze toward the center of this square composition depicting a large number of human teachers and deities. The two central figures don the garb of esteemed llamas and hold lotus stems in each hand – a vajra and the bell rests on those held by the teacher on the left while a …

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How the Instagram star helped save dozens of Afghanistan

Dozens of desperate Afghans who tried to flee the Taliban before Tuesday’s deadline for the US withdrawal from Kabul managed to reach safety with the help of an unexpected location: Instagram influencer Quentin Quarantino. Quarantino is the alter ego of Tommy Marcus, 25, of New York City, previously best known for his liberal memes and jokes about opponents of Covid-19 …

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Seven books (none of them by Khaled Hosseini)

As the Taliban stormed into major cities in Afghanistan to regain political control after the US withdrawal, citizens and residents feared the return of hard-line Islamic rule. Although the Taliban have promised more moderate rule – and respect for women’s rights – most are skeptical and wonder what the future holds for them, especially women who fear losing the basic …

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Where wealthy Chinese travelers are going during the pandemic

(CNN) – The sandy shores of Sanya. The mountains of Yunnan. Giant pandas sanctuaries in Sichuan. Wealthy Chinese travelers may not be able to travel overseas easily these days, but there is no shortage of attractive travel destinations in their own backyards. And it looks like the country is gearing up for another domestic travel boom ahead of Golden Week …

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How Jairam Ramesh Describes the Meaning of “The Light of Asia”

Jairam Ramesh is a well-known author of books on Indian politics, politicians and international affairs. Although The Light of Asia departs considerably from his previous writings thematically, it preserves Ramesh’s signature embrace for archival research and his zeal for storytelling. The story he tells this time is not about a person or an event, but about the world life of …

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Kulbir Kaur | The Undoubted Benefits of Being a Sneaky Basenji

Those who dare to question powers were previously labeled “anti-social”, now they are “anti-national” Sigmund Freud called America a “giant mistake” when he and Carl Jung went to Clark University to lecture. (America in 1909 had appeared to him as merchant and devoid of intellectual essence.) My “giant mistakes”, on the other hand, concern my inability to continue transforming into …

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Smithfield launches casual dress code

08/25/2021 SMITHFIELD – Smithfield school administrators have said they have higher priorities than making sure students adhere to a strict dress code as they announced relaxed dress code rules at the school committee meeting in last Monday evening. Smithfield High School principal Dan Kelley said students are now allowed to wear shirts with spaghetti straps under the new rules. They …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / Pamela Winfield publishes a chapter on Buddhist “art”, museums

Winfield, professor of Buddhist studies at Elon, offers an examination of the “tensions and tactics” of displaying Buddhist visual culture. Buddhist Studies professor Pamela Winfield has contributed to “Secularizing Buddhism: New Perspectives on a Dynamic Tradition,” edited by Richard Payne and published by Shambhala Press. His chapter on “Curating Culture: The Secularization of Buddhism Through Museum Display” examines the tensions …

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AMU students condemn VC for condolences on death of Kalyan Singh

An unsavory controversy has erupted at Aligarh Muslim University with university students criticizing Vice-Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor for mourning the death of the former UP chief minister Kalyan Singh and posted a message of condolence. Hateful posters were put up on the university campus by the students condemning the rector for an “act” which they described as “shameful and hurtful …

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Posters criticize AMU VC for expressing condolences on death of former CM | Latest India News

Agra: Posters against the Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Professor Tariq Mansoor, for expressing their condolences on the death of the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Kalyan Singh, appeared on the university campus, urging the state government to warn against strict measures against those who “” think Talibani “after examining the case. The posters, which appeared Monday …

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PLA Military Command in Tibet Holds Large-Scale Joint Exercises in Plateau Region

A main battle tank attached to a combined arms regiment of the PLA Military Command in Nanjiang spits fire at a military firing range in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region on July 26, 2021 (eng.chinamil.com. cn / Photo by Tang Yayun) The Tibet Military Command of the China People’s Liberation Army (PLA) recently held large-scale joint exercises in a snow-covered …

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Production of “The Untitled Cabrini Film” by Alejandro Monteverde begins | New

BUFFALO, NY – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Aug 25, 2021– Principal shooting is underway on the film by director Alejandro Monteverde, winner of the TIFF “People’s Choice Award” The untitled Cabrini film in Buffalo, New York. Production will end in Rome, Italy, in early fall. Cabrini’s untitled film, based on a story by Alejandro Monteverde (Sound of freedom, Bella) and Rod …

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Quads: the heart of the campus

Quads are the heart of the campus, a central gathering space usually anchored in the main buildings of an institution. They also contribute a great deal to the character and identity of a campus and a university. Usually shaped like rectangles, anything can happen in well-maintained areas, usually located in the center of campus. Students, staff and faculty can meet …

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A teenager accused of religious conversion detained | Kanpur News

Kanpur: Police arrested a teenager on Sunday who, along with two other people, was charged with forced religious conversion. The arrest was made following a complaint from a local resident about whom residents had paraded an electric rickshaw shooter through the streets and publicly assaulted him on August 11. Police are looking for two other people on the run, including …

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Sri Lanka welcomes India’s “continued support” to fight COVID; Offer of $ 15 million to improve religion – The New Indian Express

Through PTI COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s new Foreign Minister GL Peiris on Monday appreciated India’s “continued support” to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the $ 15 million offer to preserve and promote Buddhist cultural sites in the island nation. During a meeting between Peiris and Indian High Commissioner Gopal Baglay here, the two sides stressed the crucial importance of …

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Croatia’s Balkanization and Capitalization – People’s World

The waterfront and hotels for foreign tourists in Opatija, Croatia, on its beautiful Adriatic coastline. Darko Bandic | PA It is today one of the flagships of world tourism. The Dalmatian coast of the still newly formed country of Croatia is back with tourist figures this summer starting to reach pre-COVID levels in a paradise that boasts the sparkling turquoise …

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Meet a Chinese family with Tibetan, Naxi, Lisu, and Han members

02:33 “Happy families are all alike”, but one of these families from the community of Beimen, in the city of Shangri-La, in the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Deqen, in the province of Yunnan (southwest China), obviously has its unique characteristics. First of all, it’s a big family, with over 15 family members from four generations living together. Second, family members …

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Album review: Devendra Banhart and Noah Georgeson – Refuge

Austin Wood August 22, 2021 – 12:00 Good for the refuge, and little else Health food stores, Birkenstocks and incense are just a few things Devendra Banhart references when discussing his latest project, Refuge, produced with the help of producer and longtime friend Noah Georgeson. These are proper cues for an album as hippy as this – you can practically …

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Opinions of our readers 23 August 2021

Taliban make clear their intentions While reports of 150 Indians intercepted on their way to the airport by the Taliban triggered fear and anxiety are indisputable, it has revealed the truth that not only the moderate Taliban are a ‘smokescreen’, but also far. In fact, interrogation of the abducted Indians made it clear that Indians are no longer wanted there …

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Rejected on the first day of school because I use a wheelchair

What’s wrong? is a Stuff disability podcast produced with support from NZ On Air. In the seven-part series, hosts Olivia Shivas, Rebecca Dubber and guests address the big questions about living with a disability. They discuss sex, religion, disabled parking – and how to push back on outrageous issues. Listen to it here. OPINION: It was my first day of …

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Car traffic disrupted on the Hindustan-Tibet national highway at HP

No more news August 23, 2021 | 00:22 Ujjain, Aug 22 (UNI) The National Security Law was invoked against four people who were subsequently jailed for three months for brandishing pro-Pakistan slogans on Thursday during a procession of a certain community in the colony from Geeta to Ujjain, official sources said on Sunday. . Collector Ashish Singh initiated the action …

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Speakers at prayer vigil for Afghan refugees explain how the Utahns can help

Nine-year-old Arya Mustafawi has a message for Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox: “I want to bring my cousins ​​from Afghanistan back to America to keep them away from the Taliban. She also wants all the children to have the same education she received, and said that it “hurts my heart every time I hear the news of [Afghanistan]. “ Arya’s …

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Zhongyuan Festival: How to mark China’s “ghost festival”

Lanterns float on the Wanquan River in Qionghai, southern China’s Hainan province, September 2, 2020. / CFP Lanterns float on the Wanquan River in Qionghai, southern China’s Hainan province, September 2, 2020. / CFP The Zhongyuan festival has several names. Followers of Buddhism call it Ullambana, while many people in China call it the “Ghost Festival”. It falls on the …

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Cork legend Ben O’Connor believes rebels can dethrone Limerick

Conversation with Ben O’Connor who sometimes looks like Cork. Yes, the three-time winner All-Ireland believes Cork has more than a chance to defeat the All-Ireland champions and put a dent in their aura of invincibility, recalling another team in another code. He draws that parallel with a smile, but in a week in which Cork appears in three All-Ireland finals …

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“Kalyan Singh was a symbol of faith for the people”: Prime Minister Modi pays last tribute to former UP CM in Lucknow: The Tribune India

Kalyan Singh was “symbol of faith” for people, says Prime Minister Modi Lucknow, August 22 Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh was a valued figure and a capable leader who has become a “symbol of faith” for the people. Modi was speaking to reporters after paying a final tribute to the …

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Tibet witnessing decrease in desertification and sandification

The city of Shannan, a semi-arid region in the Southeast Tibet Autonomous Region, is working on a desertification control program covering more than 3,200 hectares. Since 2005, the county government has promoted the agriculture and ranching sectors in this region, helping nearly 2,000 local farmers find employment. According to statistics, desertification in the region decreased by 92,000 hectares between 2004 …

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Soap in Brazil: Congress impeached MP accused of killing her husband she adopted as a teenager

Even the best Brazilian soap opera hasn’t received so much encouragement. A story that mixes religion, politics, evangelical pastors, orgies, bloody rituals, mass adoptions, financial problems and contract murder has left the whole country speechless. Reality beats any scenario. Congress deleted this Wednesday to the federal deputy and evangelical pastor Flordelis dos Santos de Souza, an enigmatic lawmaker involved in …

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How a patriarchal state punishes parents who fail to watch over their daughters

Four men, including a Brahmin priest, have been accused of raping and murdering a nine-year-old Dalit child in a crematorium in the nation’s capital on August 1, and then cremating her following protests from her mother. Less than a year ago, in September 2020, four upper caste men were arrested for raping a 19-year-old Dalit woman in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh. …

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Chinese Embassy in India opposes meeting between US Ambassador and Dalai Lama representative, urges US to stop interfering in China’s internal affairs

Illustration: Liu Rui / GT The Chinese Embassy in India has strongly opposed repeated acts of provocation by the United States after its Ambassador to India met Ngodup Dongchung, representative of the Dalai Lama in New Delhi and said that the United States respected “the Dalai Lama’s vision for equal human rights ”. The so-called “Tibetan government in exile” is …

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