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Magazine | On Food

Ten Thousand Cups of Tea

When I traveled through Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, India, and Nepal, I spent many hours in tea shops. To order in any of these countries, I needed to know only one word: chai. Few other words are shared…

By Marilyn Stablein

Magazine | In the News

In the News Spring 1992

FIRST PRIZE When Aung San Suu Kyi, under house arrest in Rangoon for the past two years, was named the latest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, the news triggered massive protests against the repressive regime in…

By Tricycle

TeachingsMagazine | Dharma Talk

The Heart Sutra

Perhaps because of both its profundity and its brevity, the Heart Sutra is the most familiar of all the original teachings of the Buddha. (The Sino-Japanese version comprises a mere 262 characters.) Recited daily by Buddhists…

By Tricycle

Magazine | Letters

Letters to the Editor Spring 1992

FUNNYBONE DHARMA Not only is the visual design of the Winter 1991 issue of Tricycle very pleasing, but the subject matter is diverse and provocative, a veritable feast of paradox. We are told by Khyentse Rinpoche…

By Tricycle

Debate in Tibetan Buddhism

Magazine | Reviews

New and Noteworthy Texts In Translation

Debate in Tibetan Buddhism By Daniel Perdue. Snow Lion: Ithaca, 1992. 1,025 pp. $45.00 (hardcover). Debate is the investigative technique used in Tibetan monastic education to lead students through the intricacies of Buddhist philosophy, to sharpen…

By Eliot Tokar

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