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Dalai Lama Begins Teachings for Chinese Buddhists from Taiwan བོད་སྐད།


After concluding a three-day teaching for the people from Southeast Asia, His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Tuesday morning began a new teaching series for the Chinese Buddhists from Taiwan.

Some 3, 500 devotees from around the world, including some 600 Chinese Buddhists from Taiwan, have thronged the Tsuglagkhang, the main temple, in Dharamshala, to attend a five-day teaching series.

The Dalai Lama appreciated the Taiwanese for coming all the way from Taiwan. Although His Holiness had the intention to visit Taiwan for teaching frequently, yet the re-starting of Sino-Tibet dialogue in 2002 did not allow to do so.He , however said that He will pray to materialise such visit.

In his brief introductory address, the Dalai Lama said as a Buddhist monk, his life-long commitment is to offer service of teaching the traditions of Buddhism to the people all over the world, especially to benefit the Chinese Buddhists in Mainland China.

Information for this report was provided by Tibet.net

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