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Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Dialogue with Youth Peacebuilders: His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s two day dialogue with youth peacebuilders from conflict areas organized by the United States Institute of Peace at His Holiness’s residence in Dharamsala, HP, India on October 23-24, 2019.
All times Indian Standard Time (IST=GMT+5:30)
October 23rd: 9:30am - 11:30am IST
October 24th: 9:30am - 11:30am IST
Monday, October 21, 2019
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Sunday, October 13, 2019
| Chan Niem Hy posted: "This is a 78-minute dharma talk from Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh in Hanoi during the "Engaged Buddhism in the 21st Century" retreat. This is the sixth and final talk on May 11, 2008 and the talk is offered in English. The Dharma is something you need to c" |
Thursday, October 10, 2019
but dipping same cup into pot and drinking spreads disease. Yes, there is too much plastic.
There was a time when plastic was so scarce we used shreds to wrap our meat in frig., and US Embassy sold used plastic bags for 18 kyats each. In 1970s.
Burma Army Continues Attacks Against Ethnic Groups in Northern Burma
10 October 2019
Civilian Casualties and Events
On Sept. 3, mortars landed in a cornfield belonging to Law Lau Lu (male) from Namsa Village, Theinni Township, destroying two motorcycles. The mortars were reportedly from Burma Army Light Infantry Battalion (LIB) 567 based at Nam Jarap.
Kutkai Township (Shan State)
On Sept. 1 at 0630 hrs, a Burma Army platoon (approximately 60 soldiers) Light Infantry Division (LID) 99 exchanged fire with a combined Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) and Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) force in the area between Namhpakka and Mungyu.
On Sept. 1 at 0700 hrs, a combined Burma Army force exchanged fire with TNLA elements at Ngaw Sa Wut Road Junction. The Burma Army force was composed of a platoon (approximately 60 soldiers) arriving from Manping and a company (approximately 80 soldiers) from LID 101 arriving from Htingchyi. Both elements joined forces around 0800 hrs the previous day (Aug. 31).
On Sept. 1 at 1340 hrs, TNLA elements detonated a landmine at the road junction of Humawng Village, directed at Burma Army elements from LID 101, enroute from Panghai.
On Sept. 1 at 1800 hrs, elements of Burma Army LID 99 and the TNLA 666th Unit exchanged small arms fire in the area between Ngaw Sa Wet Village (where the Burma Army column was en route from) and Voihpri Village.
On Sept. 1 at 1930 hrs, a Burma Army squad (approximately 12 soldiers) from LID 99 were holding a position in Namhpakka Loigung when they came under fire from TNLA soldiers.
On Sept. 2 at 0700 hrs, Burma Army and TNLA elements had an exchange of fire in the vicinity of Mungleng Village.
On Sept. 2 at 1220 hrs, Burma Army and TNLA elements had an exchange of fire in the vicinity of Yinkoi Tawng.
On Sept. 2 at 1640 hrs, two Myanmar Air Force (MAF) planes strafed TNLA positions during a ground engagement between Burma Army forces and TNLA forces that occurred in the area between Hwi Hkawk Village and Hujang Village.
On Sept. 2 at 1653 hrs, two MAF helicopters fired on Kuthkai Gawng Ngu Hill in two passes.
On Sept. 2 at 1730, Burma Army elements fired mortars and small arms at Kuthkai Gawng Ngu Hill.
On Sept. 3 at 0930 hrs, a Burma Army platoon (approximately 60 soldiers) from LID 88 occupying positions in the vicinity of Hunawng Village was engaged by TNLA troops.
On Sept. 3 at 1200 hrs, Burma Army and TNLA elements exchanged fire in the area between Hunawng Village and Namgut Village.
Theinni Township (Shan State)
On Sept. 3 at 1730 hrs, a platoon (approximately 40 soldiers) from MNDAA 204th Unit engaged a Burma Army LIB 567 platoon (approximately 40 soldiers) in the vicinity of Bang Mawn.
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