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COVID-19 Leaves Tibetan Buddhist Monk Stranded in Kentucky
Tsering Phuntsok has used the time to meditate and pray for the health of the community
Uploaded 24 Sep 2020
Cambodian Buddhists in Rhode Island Struggle to Cope with COVID-19
Weekend marked Pchum Ben, a key Buddhist festival for Cambodian Buddhists
Uploaded 15 Sep 2020
Bhutanese Immigrants in the US Turn to Archery and Buddhism to Counter COVID-19 Stress
Religion and sport bringing a community together
Uploaded 18 Aug 2020
Buddhist Bhutan Orders First National Lockdown as COVID-19 Cases Reach 113
Recent returnee tests positive after being discharged from quarantine
Uploaded 12 Aug 2020
Revered Indian Buddhist Monk Bhikkhu Bodhipala Dies after Contracting COVID-19
Esteemed monastic renowned for his work with vulnerable communities
Uploaded 31 Jul 2020
INEB Institute Plans SENS 2021 Mentoring Program for Young Leaders amid Pandemic Caution
New teaching format planned to mitigate impact of COVID-19
Uploaded 17 Jul 2020
Buddha’s Message Highlighted in India’s Celebration of the First Turning of the Wheel of Dharma
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Buddha’s message is all the more important
Uploaded 7 Jul 2020
Kamby Lama of Tuva Dies from Health Complications Related to COVID-19
Most senior Buddhist monastic in the Russian republic of Tuva passed away on 23 June
Uploaded 24 Jun 2020
American Buddhist Confederation’s Ven. Ming Yu Recognized for Distributing Emergency PPE in NYC
Interfaith Center of New York recognizes Ven. Ming Yu for early anti-COVID-19 efforts
Uploaded 23 Jun 2020
Russian Buddhists Request Prayers for the Health of Kamby Lama of Tuva, Diagnosed with COVID-19
Supreme lama of Tuva currently in a medically induced coma
Uploaded 10 Jun 2020
Head of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism Blames Greed, Avarice for COVID-19 Pandemic
Reckless development and ecological mismanagement to blame for coronavirus
Uploaded 8 Jun 2020
Buddhist Responses to COVID-19: INEB Joins Dialogue on Global Faith Engagement
Lessons from the pandemic and the movement for change
Uploaded 27 May 2020
Korean Buddhists Cancel Lotus Lantern Festival as Pandemic Caution Lingers
Recent COVID-19 cluster prompts renewed caution amid Buddhist celebrations
Uploaded 22 May 2020
Mt. Everest Visible from Kathmandu for the First Time in Decades as COVID-19 Lockdown Clears Smog
Global crisis highlights the impact of environmental damage
Uploaded 20 May 2020
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