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Structure Removed From Buddhist Institute Land

By Khuon Narim, Cambodia Daily, January 10, 2015

Phnom Penh, Cambodia -- A temporary structure built on the Buddhist Institute’s land by Na­gaCorp, which added to swirling rumors late last year that the growing casino empire was planning to develop the land and prompted hundreds of monks to march in protest, has been removed.

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Cops detain man who damaged idols at Buddhist temple

The Malay Mail, January 4, 2015

BUKIT MERTAJAM, Penang -- Police have arrested a man believed to be of unsound mind on suspicion of having damaged idols and prayer equipment at the Wat Chanthraram Buddhist Temple in Tanah Liat here last Friday.

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Buddha Wearing Headphones Image Triggers Controversy in Myanmar

By Fiona MacGregor, NBC news, Jan 3, 2015

YANGON, Myanmar -- A clash of cultures fueled by simmering sectarian tensions and social media has left a Western bar manager and two local colleagues imprisoned in once-cloistered Myanmar.

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Buddhist group to build $20m monastery

By Melody Zaccheus, The Straits Times, Dec 23, 2014

Singapore -- A $20 million Buddhist monastery will rise up in the north of Singapore in 2017.

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Buddhist society holds special camp

by Adrian Chan, The Star, December 23, 2014

Serdang, Malaysia -- THE school holidays are nearly coming to a close and many children will be suffering from an overdose of cartoons and video games.

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Muslims and Buddhists show they care for young students

The Star, December 24, 2014

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia --  Muslims and Buddhists produced a shining example of inter-faith cooperation when they joined hands in a presentation ceremony for Educare 2014, an annual charitable project by Siri Jayanti Association and Maha Karuna Foundation.

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Buddhist Patriarchs Ban Rallies, But Activist Monks March Forth

By Ben Sokhean, The Cambodia Daily, December 8, 2014

Phnom Penh, Cambodia -- A nationwide human rights march hit another roadblock over the weekend when activists and monks were reportedly prevented from sleeping in pagodas across the country, while the country’s two Buddhist sects released a statement Friday forbidding monks from taking part in public demonstrations.

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Malaysian Buddhist leader joins interfaith pact to end slavery

The Star (Reuters), Dec 4, 2014

The Vatican -- Datuk K Sri Dhammaratana, the Maha Nayaka Thera of Malaysia, joins world religious leaders in signing a declaration to end modern day slavery.

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Beware when donating to Puzhao Buddhist Vihara

Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia, Nov 7, 2014

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia -- Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia (YBAM) warns the public to be cautious when donating to Puzhao Buddhist Vihara in order to prevent fraud.

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