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Australian government allocates funds for mental health, historic church in Istanbul, Turkey reopens, complete ban on ivory trade goes into effect in China, Chernobyl site to produce solar energy and community in Malaysia comes together to support homeless family.
Noteworthy News
2018-02-19   1612 Views
Noteworthy News
2018-02-19

The Power of Vegetarianism is All Over the Planet (Part 1 of 5) Jul., 10-11, 2013

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The Power of Vegetarianism is All Over the Planet (Part 1 of 5) Jul., 10-11, 2013

The consciousness has gone up. People just don’t tune in, but they already have it. They just don’t think to change, but if they change, it would be very easy for them now, very easy for anyone who wants to become vegetarian now, there will be no obstruction. Very simple, very easy, because the power of vegetarianism supporting this consciousness of the world is already plenty at work, already all over the planet. It’s just people, just they, somehow they are misled and not tuned in.
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-19   5707 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-19

Advanced and Futuristic Technologies in the Middle East, Part 2 of 2

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Advanced and Futuristic Technologies in the Middle East, Part 2 of 2

Many countries in the Middle East are making great strides in the switch from fossil fuels to implementing renewable energy. The robot ElliQ can build a bridge to bring families together in a natural way and remove the friction that comes with the growing generational gap. The robot Kytera Companion has come with a solution for making it safer for elderly to be home alone. New future megacity with the goal of becoming the most efficient destination in the world, is excepted to be populated by more robots than humans in the future.
Golden Age Technology
2018-02-19   2041 Views
Golden Age Technology
2018-02-19

From the Holy Christian Bible: The Gospel of Luke – Excerpts from Chapters 1-4, Part 1 of 2

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From the Holy Christian Bible: The Gospel of Luke – Excerpts from Chapters 1-4, Part 1 of 2

Jesus Christ: prophet, carpenter, mystic, son of God, savior and friend; he is known by many names. The birth of this beloved teacher and master who was born in Bethlehem marks the beginning of the Western calendar; so important was his influence on humanity. The birth of this man who was one with God is a sacred event that marks an entire era.
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-19   1289 Views
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-19

Going for Gold: Plant-Powered Olympians

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Going for Gold: Plant-Powered Olympians

What makes the Winter Olympics very demanding are the extreme conditions in which the athletes train and compete. Sub-freezing temperatures in snow and ice, make for challenges that require athletes to not only be fit, healthy and skilled, but astute, aware and mindful. Our feature today is on three very talented, plant-based athletes, who have competed or will compete again in the Winter Olympics.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2018-02-19   1482 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2018-02-19

Noteworthy News

00:16:19

Noteworthy News

Indonesia and Iran agree to collaborate in fields of science, technology and culture, non-profit wildlife conservation group, African Parks, appoints a new president, new cultural center in Casablanca, Morocco provides young people with a safe environment to express themselves, and two-seater electric airplane completes its maiden test flight in Australia.
Noteworthy News
2018-02-18   1655 Views
Noteworthy News
2018-02-18

Wishful Traditional Korean Lunar New Year Delicacies: Ginseng rice-cake Soup and Nabak-kimchi

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Wishful Traditional Korean Lunar New Year Delicacies: Ginseng rice-cake Soup and Nabak-kimchi

During the Lunar New Year celebration, Korean kids put on new traditional clothes and adults wish good fortunes for each other. Koreans also conduct offering ceremonies for our ancestors, and eat tteokguk or rice-cake soup for breakfast. Along with this, we celebrate this occasion with seasonal customs and village communal folk entertainment. As our national dietary staple is a pungent, spicy dish called kimchi, so here we will introduce these two special Seollal delicacies to you: Ginseng rice-cake soup together with Nabak - kimchi.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2018-02-18   1622 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2018-02-18

Buddhist Stories: “A Man Named Coppertooth” (Part 3 of 3) Sept. 20, 2015

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Buddhist Stories: “A Man Named Coppertooth” (Part 3 of 3) Sept. 20, 2015

The Buddha’s power is powerful! He wants to save whom, he saves whom. He doesn’t look at small merit or big merit. At least this man has repentance, he has remorse, and he has reverence for the real practitioner. Many people seem to have eyes, seem to have intelligence, don’t even half of the grain of the wisdom this executioner had, knowing who is a great one. So he has something in him. Even though he is doing a cruel job.
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-18   1972 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-18

Legend of The Sticky Rice Cake, Part 2 of 2

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Legend of The Sticky Rice Cake, Part 2 of 2

King Kung 6th had 20 sons, among them the 18th prince named Tiet Lieu was a very special one. One day in the dream, a celestial being gave Lang Lieu the idea of making two kinds of cake with the sticky rice and mung bean, surrounded by the phrynium leaves they are shaped round and square and dedicate them to the King as his gesture of respect and gratitude to the creator and the ones giving birth and fostering him. King Kung 6th was very pleased! He thus decided to choose Lang Lieu’s cakes to make offerings to Heaven and Earth and pay respect to the ancestors, and he passed his honorable throne to Prince Lang Lieu. King Kung 6th named the square cake “Banh Chung,” and named the round one “Banh Day.” Since then, every New Year, the tradition of making sticky rice cakes to make offering to the ancestors has become a custom of the Aulacese.
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2018-02-18   1643 Views
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2018-02-18

Fundamental Beliefs of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Part 1 of 2

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Fundamental Beliefs of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Part 1 of 2

There are about 20 million Seventh Day Adventists around the world and their distinctive doctrines include holding Saturday as the Sabbath day and their emphasis on the imminent Second Coming of Jesus. It is an ethnically and culturally diverse religion. The Holy Bible is considered the cornerstone of their belief, which the Seventh Day Adventist consider as the only standard of faith and practice for Christians.
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-18   1444 Views
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-18

Noteworthy News

00:17:37

Noteworthy News

Iceland passes legislation improving the rights of women in the work force, Turkey provides assistance to Zambia's disaster management unit, Vanuatu prohibits non-biodegradable plastic bags, bird lovers rescue doves from wildlife trade and famous musician goes vegan.
Noteworthy News
2018-02-17   1577 Views
Noteworthy News
2018-02-17

Legend of The Sticky Rice Cake, Part 1 of 2

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Legend of The Sticky Rice Cake, Part 1 of 2

We would like to introduce the origin of one of most popular traditional Aulacese treats, the sticky rice cakes! They are certainly a must have during every homes’ New Year celebration. This custom date back to the time of the Kung Kings, the ancestors of Aulac. The old King Kung 6th wanted to test the virtue and skills of his 20 sons, to see who would be the best heir to his throne. So, he challenged these princes to create the most delicious and meaningful food dishes they could and offer them on the day of “Honoring the Late Kings.” All the princes looked high and low to find something unique and exotic to offer.
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2018-02-17   1685 Views
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2018-02-17

From the Holy Buddhist Tipitaka: Samyutta Nikaya (The Grouped Discourses) - Devata-samyutta (Devas)

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From the Holy Buddhist Tipitaka: Samyutta Nikaya (The Grouped Discourses) - Devata-samyutta (Devas)

The rich treasury of Buddha’s spiritual teaching on universal truths are studied and revered to this day for their deep wisdom and compassion. Today we will like to share with you the sage doctrine of the Buddha in the Holy Tipitaka, excerpted from the Samyutta Nikaya or The Grouped Discourses.
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-17   1469 Views
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-17

Buddhist Stories: “A Man Named Coppertooth” (Part 2 of 3) Sept. 20, 2015

00:39:23

Buddhist Stories: “A Man Named Coppertooth” (Part 2 of 3) Sept. 20, 2015

The Buddha’s power is powerful! He wants to save whom, he saves whom. He doesn’t look at small merit or big merit. At least this man has repentance, he has remorse, and he has reverence for the real practitioner. Many people seem to have eyes, seem to have intelligence, don’t even half of the grain of the wisdom this executioner had, knowing who is a great one. So he has something in him. Even though he is doing a cruel job.
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-17   1851 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-17

The Supreme Art Exhibition Opening Ceremony - Color the World with Art Concert (Part 3 of 4)

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The Supreme Art Exhibition Opening Ceremony - Color the World with Art Concert (Part 3 of 4)

In August 2017, The Supreme Art Exhibition was held at the Art Gallery of the well-known Puli Art Center in Nantou County, Taiwan (Formosa). Displayed at the exhibition were Supreme Master Ching Hai’s diverse collection of artworks. The well-received exhibition’s opening ceremonies featured a special concert, aptly named “Color the World with Art.” We now invite you to join us for part three of our four-part program, “The Supreme Art Exhibition Opening Ceremony – Color the World with Art Concert" on August 20, 2017.
Enlightening Entertainment
2018-02-17   1435 Views
Enlightening Entertainment
2018-02-17

Noteworthy News

00:19:29

Noteworthy News

Cyprus and Saudi Arabia enhance bilateral relationship, free health care for citizens in Zimbabwe, electric vehicle folds into wheeled suitcase, green jackfruit is the new meat alternative and porcine and canine become best friends.
Noteworthy News
2018-02-16   1644 Views
Noteworthy News
2018-02-16

Celebrating Lunar New Year with Songs and Traditions from Association Members, Part 2 of 2

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Celebrating Lunar New Year with Songs and Traditions from Association Members, Part 2 of 2

Lunar New Year is observed in most Asian countries, by getting a new hairstyle, buying new clothes, cleaning their homes, putting red blessing phrases over their door, and preparing red envelopes as gifts. On this auspicious occasion, it is our great privilege to present the final part of vibrant Lunar New Year performances, heartfelt greetings, and traditional New Year’s reenactments by our Association members. We hope you enjoy these blissful times with us in an uplifting atmosphere.
Enlightening Entertainment
2018-02-16   1336 Views
Enlightening Entertainment
2018-02-16

Happy Lunar New Year – Year of the Dog

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Happy Lunar New Year – Year of the Dog

Lunar New Year is considered the most important and grand holiday of the year in many Asian countries, including China, Formosa, and Aulac. During this wonderful festival, people take time off from work to rest, feast and to reunite with family and good friends. The Chinese zodiac features a 12-year cycle that continuously repeat, with each year having a zodiac sign represented by a different animal. This year, 2018, is the year of the Dog. Today's program will tell our viewers about the great qualities of dog.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2018-02-16   1423 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2018-02-16

Buddhist Stories: “A Man Named Coppertooth” (Part 1 of 3) Sept. 20, 2015

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Buddhist Stories: “A Man Named Coppertooth” (Part 1 of 3) Sept. 20, 2015

The Buddha’s power is powerful! He wants to save whom, he saves whom. He doesn’t look at small merit or big merit. At least this man has repentance, he has remorse, and he has reverence for the real practitioner. Many people seem to have eyes, seem to have intelligence, don’t even half of the grain of the wisdom this executioner had, knowing who is a great one. So he has something in him. Even though he is doing a cruel job.
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-16   1861 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2018-02-16

From the Holy Buddhist Tipitaka: Kakacupama Sutta - The Parable of the Saw

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From the Holy Buddhist Tipitaka: Kakacupama Sutta - The Parable of the Saw

Shakyamuni Buddha was a great spiritual master from ancient India. Born as Prince Siddhartha Gautama, he left the palace life in search of spiritual knowledge. After years of contemplative seeking, the Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. He then shared the merits of his practice by providing a method for other sentient beings to be freed from the cycle of death and rebirth.
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-16   1428 Views
Words of Wisdom
2018-02-16
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