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Buddha Buzz Weekly: Supreme Faces Potential Legal Battle with Thai Buddhists

Thailand’s National Office of Buddhism says that it wants to pursue a legal battle against the streetwear brand for using an image of the late monk Luang Phor Koon, activist monks oppose hydropower projects in India, and 2000-year-old Buddhist manuscripts spark debate about studying relics bought on the black market. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world.

By Emily DeMaioNewton and Karen Jensen

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“Buddha on Strike” at Goldman Sachs HQ

  Buddha on Strike founder Max Zahn has been meditating in front of Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York every business day with the aim of extending “compassion to its employees and demand that they do the same for the worldwide billions affected by the bank’s practices.” You can learn more about Zahn’s efforts over […]

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Massive Rally in Support of Karmapa to Take Place Sunday

When Ogyen Trinley Dorje, one of the two lamas recognized as the 17th Karmapa, escaped from the Chinese in 2000 he was granted asylum in India.  However, due to pressure from the Chinese government, the Indian government quickly put him under close watch and put heavy restrictions on his ability to travel.  This week, as […]

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