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In today’s news, our Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai presents the Shining World Award for Noble Film to makers of “Eating Our Way To Extinction,” World Health Organization monitoring rapid spread of monkeypox virus globally, Eurovision winners sing in Poland on way home to Ukraine, recovery from hurricane includes planting trees for Panama City residents in Florida, USA, Canadian musician celebrated for bringing joy to patients and staff of Toronto hospitals for over 30 years, Denmark to host world’s largest vegan dairy factory, and animal-people rescued from traffickers released back into Colombia’s wild.

In Shining World Award for Noble Film News from the United Kingdom…

“Eating Our Way To Extinction” is a thought-inspiring documentary directed by brothers Otto and Ludo Brockway, and narrated by their sister-in-law and Oscar-winning British actress Kate Winslet. Featuring renowned experts, the film exposes the factors behind numerous devastating environmental tragedies around the globe while showing us that adopting a plant-based diet is the most effective way to bring the destruction to a halt.

“Every continent is burning. People are losing their homes. Ecosystems are being destroyed. We’re now over the line.”

“Over 26,000 species are currently threatened with extinction.”

“It doesn’t even make the headlines. No one even knows about it.”

“There seems to be some serious conflicts of interest going on.”

“The industry is just concerned with growth.”

“This was the elephant in the room no one wanted to talk about.”

“I want others to see for themselves. This is all we’ve got.”

“This little blue miracle….”

“This planet is our home, and it is up to us what happens now. History has shown that when we stand together, we can achieve great things. The clock is ticking.”

Eating Our Way To Extinction

After becoming acquainted with the impressive documentary, Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Joyfully present the Shining World Award for Noble Film to the Team of ‘Eating Our Way To Extinction,’ with all love, high praises and best wishes for success, plus US$20,000 as a symbol of loving support, in God’s Blessing and Grace. May our world understand the urgency that you all try to convey in this documentary and wake up to save all life on Earth. Looking forward with you to a realized Heavenly vision for our planet with a grateful embrace, in the Name of the Most High.”

On behalf of the filmmaking team, Otto Brockway graciously received the award letter, crystalline plaque, Master’s publications and DVDs. The following is an excerpt from the letter.

“With profound gratitude, we present this Award in recognition of the contribution to promoting sustainable, compassionate and peaceful living through our choice of food. Your journey to uplift humanity and save countless precious animal-people lives by nurturing a vegan way of life, is creating a kinder world.”

“Thank You. It’s a real honor to receive this, and it’s not just me receiving it, it’s the whole team of people. It’s actually a great honor for me because I kind of started on my journey to understanding more about the issue of livestock farming because of Supreme Master Television. I’m incredibly grateful, and I’m incredibly grateful to Supreme Master Ching Hai for this and for the support that She’s shown us.”

Our Association members also presented a US$20,000 humble, loving contribution from Master.

“Supreme Master Ching Hai, thank You so, so much for this. This is going to go a really, really long way to helping us with the rest of our mission. We want to bring the film out into multiple countries, and we’ve got extra marketing that we really wanted to do, and this is really, really going to go a long way. So, thank You very, very much. That’s incredibly kind and generous of You. Thank You.”

We sincerely congratulate and thank the filmmaking team of “Eating Our Way To Extinction.” May the important messages you deliver reach every corner of the world and lead millions of people to soon follow the benevolent vegan lifestyle, in Divine blessings.

For the full presentation of the Shining World Award for Noble Film to the team of “Eating Our Way To Extinction,” please tune in to our Shining World Awards program at a later date.

To watch and find out more about this documentary, please visit

Monkeypox virus quickly spreading globally.

The World Health Organization has reported that the zoonotic disease monkeypox has been detected in more than 40 countries worldwide. Formerly, it had only infected those living in portions of West and Central Africa. There, the virus ordinarily transmits to humans via close contact with, or the eating of, animal-people. Currently, it is being propagated by human-to-human contact, and so far over 2100 cases have been confirmed, mostly in young men. The virus can be deadly, with one strain causing fatalities in 10% of cases. Monkeypox causes swollen lymph nodes, fever, headache, exhaustion, as well as a rash of blister-like lesions that spread over the body. It is similar to smallpox, and most do not have immunity to it. Such saddening news, World Health Organization, on the spread of yet another zoonotic disease among people. In God’s precious Guidance, may humanity soon switch to the vegan diet to ensure our ongoing health and safety. Vegan: All good 4 the environment!

Up next, Eurovision winners sing in Poland on way home to Ukraine. We are just going to thank the airport operations managers who coordinate with staff to ensure that all aircraft are operating in compliance with government aviation regulations, and help ensure the facility’s overall safety. When we return, more motivating news ahead, here on Supreme Master Television!

Good day, gentle viewers, I’m Winnie, a vegan bro from the Wood Duck kingdom. I so much treasure my clear conscience as I make sure that my way of life is purely plant-based. And my days just feel light and happy! Here’s a gardening tip for you. Woodlice-people, otherwise known as slaters or pill bugs, are beneficial residents of gardens and greenhouses. These insect-persons help keep your plants healthy by aiding with nutrient recycling. You can attract them by creating a compost pile where they’ll assist in decomposing plant material. Give it a try, and you’ll be surprised with the results! Thank you for tuning in, and lots of love for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet for all humans and us all co-inhabitants. Now, the worldwide weather.

Eurovision winners sing at Polish border on way back to Ukraine.

Recent Eurovision champion, Kalush Orchestra of Ukraine, performed its winning song “Stefania” in Poland on the way home from the competition. The band, whose musical style is a cross between traditional folk and hip-hop, was greeted by their fellow countrymen and women at the border. In a recent interview, lead front man Oleh Psiuk, who wrote the lyrics, said the song was a tribute to his mother, who stayed up until 3 am to cheer them on. The song has become an anthem for all Ukrainians alike. The six-person band was given special permission to travel to the competition, with one member staying behind to defend the nation. Mr. Psiuk has said that once back home, “Like every Ukrainian, we are ready to fight for however long is necessary.” Congratulations on your success in the Eurovision song contest, Kalush Orchestra! May your musical talents continue to inspire and provide hope for the people of Ukraine, in Heaven’s protection.

Tree-planting unites city in Florida, USA, following natural disaster devastation.

After Hurricane Michael landed in 2018, Panama City, Florida, lost more than 80% of its trees. Since then, however, the locals have formed ReTreePC, an initiative dedicated to restoring the city’s green canopy by planting100,000 trees by 2025. The efforts began with the creation of a digital tree inventory, but the goal goes beyond merely replacing the previous trees. The community has adopted a “rebuild smarter” way of thinking to create a stronger and more resilient Panama City. For example, ReTreePC is focusing on locations where the new trees will help prevent flooding and provide optimal cooling effects. Additionally, it is planting native species such as oak, magnolia, and cypress, which thrive in local conditions and can better withstand nature’s challenges. All the best, ReTreePC, in quickly reaching your goal! May Panama City flourish with the love of her benevolent citizens, in the care of the Providence.

Kindhearted Canadian senior honored for three decades of volunteer work.

George Linton, a 96-year-young musician and retired journalist has been awarded the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers from the Governor General of Canada for visiting hospitals in Toronto. He has done so for the past 30 years to bring happiness to patients and staff by playing music and singing for them. Even before retiring, Mr. Linton played at nursing homes and hospitals and went busking at local fairs, donating all he earned to charities. With his sense of humor and kind, soothing, demeanor, he became extremely popular. Upon retiring, all of Mr. Linton’s spare time has been quickly taken up volunteering. What a noble gesture and splendid example to others! Thank you, George Linton, for your benevolent undertaking and bringing much pleasure through your music. May you continue your loving musical visits for many more years ahead, in Celestial light. Continue 2 make war: cos hell couldn’t wait 2 see u.

Coming up, Denmark to host world’s largest vegan dairy factory. We’ll just pause for a moment to grab a quick vegan bite for a positive vibe and happy belly. You’re watching Noteworthy News on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Outstanding News for a Wonder-filled World.

World’s largest vegan dairy factory to be opened in Denmark.

Remilk is an Israeli-based company that has pioneered a futuristic fermentation method that produces animal-free milk proteins to create dairy products that are identical in taste and texture to their cow-people-based counterparts. The innovative brand’s almost 70,000-square meter factory will be capable of making as much milk protein as 50,000 cow-people annually. Remilk estimates its process uses 5% of the water, 4% of the greenhouse gas emissions, and 1% of the land required to create comparable products with traditional dairy manufacturing processes. Aviv Wolff, CEO and founder of Remilk, said in a statement, “Eliminating the need for animals in our food system is the only way to supply our world’s growing demand without destroying it in the process.” Our accolades, Remilk, for your planet-saving pursuit. In Divine resplendence, may our shared vision of a kinder world soon come into fruition.

Fauna freed from traffickers released back into nature in Colombia.

Over 160 wildlife-people of 15 different species were returned to nature in Casanare province of Colombia. The rescued, including anteater-, turtle- and macaw-people as well as a toucan- and leopard-person had been seized from wildlife traffickers and then rehabilitated by veterinarians from the environmental government authority Corporinoquia. Last year, Corporinoquia also successfully released more than 1,200 animal-people back into the wild. Doris Bernal, Corporinoquia’s director, happily said, “We help conserve, preserve and mitigate the damage we as human beings have caused to the environment or the habitat. We help these species, which have been illegally retained, to return to their natural habitat to conserve and preserve ecosystems.” Great job, Corporinoquia and all involved, for placing these beautiful friends back into their native environments. In the benevolence of the Providence, may we forever live in peace with our precious co-inhabitants.

Chuckle city seems to be ahead as the joke of the day has already been delivered to us. Let’s take a look. It’s called “Correct Pronunciation.”

Two tourists were driving through Louisiana. As they were approaching Natchitoches, they started arguing about the pronunciation of the town’s name. They argued back and forth until they stopped for lunch at the local diner, called “Vegan Burgers Deluxe.” As they stood at the counter, one tourist asked the employee,

“Before we order, could you please settle an argument for us? Would you please pronounce where we are... very, very slowly?”

The server leaned over the counter and said:

“Veeeeegan Buuurrrgeerrs Deeeeellllluxe.”


And now we have a heartline from Ya-Ju in Taiwan, also known as Formosa:

Greetings, Respected and Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai. After watching Supreme Master TV, I’ve decided to sincerely mend my ways, and rectify all my bad habits including stealing, etc., hoping that Buddhas and Bodhisattvas would forgive me and empower me to help others. Thank You. Ya-Ju from Taiwan (Formosa)

Awakened Ya-Ju, We are gladdened to know of your inspiration through Supreme Master Television to make such a courageous change in your life.

Master has a loving message for you: “Clear-minded Ya-Ju, in this world, it can be easy to lose our way. I am so glad that you have had the strength to not only repent, but also to start a new life of honesty and dignity. As you continue in this noble way, if you haven’t already, please adopt the compassionate vegan diet. Through this small change in our actions, we save countless lives as we stop the killing of precious animal-people. And this life-saving compassionate action will earn you lots of merits, could even possibly delete your past incorrect deeds! May you and the heroic Taiwanese (Formosan) citizens forever be protected in Heavens’ merciful Grace.”

“One should not kill any living being, nor cause it to be killed, nor should one incite any other to kill.” ~ Sutta Nipata (Buddhism)

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We sure have enjoyed spending time with you on Noteworthy News. May inner peace and happiness fill your heart.

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