Buddhism activities in Central Highlands discussed

The practice of Buddhism among ethnic groups in the Central Highlands was the main topic at a workshop in Buon Ma Thuot city, the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak on July 19, attracting over 300 monks, nuns and scholars.

Participants discussed solutions to foster the quality and sustainable development of Buddhism activities in the region, including raising Buddhists’ sense of responsibility for the community and organising classes on Buddhist teachings in far-flung areas.

Sixteen speeches were delivered at the event, focusing on methods to promote Buddhism in ethnic minority regions, charitable deeds in remote and mountainous areas, among others.

The workshop was co-organised by the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha and its Dak Lak chapter./.
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Love Peace 19/7/15 20:43

Religion has exerted a deep influence on Vietnamese culture and the Vietnamese concept of life

Pack Cassiopian 19/7/15 20:46

Vietnamese people are having very good conditions to enjoy their spiritual lives.

Deck Hero14 19/7/15 20:47

Viet Nam is a multi-religion and multi-belief country. The Vietnamese people have a time-honored tradition of practicing their beliefs

MaskOf Zero 19/7/15 20:48

Different ethnic groups in Viet Nam have different beliefs linked to their own economic and spiritual life.

Only Solidar 19/7/15 20:52

There is no restrictions in implementing religions or beliefs in Vietnam. People are free to choose which religion to follow.

yobro yobro 19/7/15 20:54

the most popular and time-honored custom of the Vietnamese people, including some ethnic minorities, is ancestor worship and commemoration of death anniversaries

John Smith 19/7/15 20:55

With the perception that every object has a soul, since the ancient time, the Vietnamese people have worshiped a large number of gods, especially those related to agriculture such as sun, moon, land, mountain, river and forest, etc

Jane smartnic 19/7/15 20:56

Buddhism was first introduced in Viet Nam in the early years

Gentle Moon 19/7/15 20:59

No matter which religion or belief people following, we're living on the motherland of Vietnam, so the utmost priorities are building and protecting the country.

LawrenceSamuels 19/7/15 21:00

The right to freedom of belief and religion of all Vietnamese citizens is provided by the Constitution and ensured in practice

Thompson Catherine 20/7/15 05:43

Buddhism is one of 6 big religions recognized by the State and now has millions of belivers

Anthony Jones 20/7/15 05:49

In Vietnam, a large part follows Buddhism. on the first day and the full moon day of the lunar months, churches are always crowded

erica black 20/7/15 05:55

Buddhism helps every people live better, more responsible for their family and society. I'm also a beliver of Buddhism

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