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Culture | Nov 26 2006

Thai-Japan Performing Arts Collaboration in Tokyo Commemorates 60th Anniversary of Thai King's Coronation

On November 25, "A Rainbow of Dance Part 9: A Tale of Two Cities," a blending of traditional Japanese and Thai performing arts, commemorating the 60th anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's accession to the throne, was held at the Tokyo International Forum, Chiyoda, Tokyo. The event was sponsored ... read more

Sustainable Development | Nov 23 2006

Oman Hosts "Seeds of Change" Environment Exhibition

"Seeds of Change--the Earth Charter and Human Potential," an exhibition created by Soka Gakkai International (SGI), was held in two cities in the Sultanate of Oman: in Muscat from November 4-12; and in Sur on November 16, 2006. The exhibition highlights the Earth Charter as a "map" pointing toward sustainable ... read more

Education | Nov 23 2006

SGI-Bolivia Hosts Seminar on Nichiren Buddhism

On November 23, 2006, SGI-Bolivia sponsored a seminar on Nichiren Buddhism at the SGI-Bolivia Culture Center in Santa Cruz, in collaboration with Nur University. Since July 2003, SGI Bolivia has hosted lectures and seminars on Buddhism as part of a class curriculum at the university at the request of Professor ... read more

Buddhism | Nov 20 2006

21st "Boys and Girls Art of Hope Exhibit" Opens at Josei Toda International Center in Tokyo

The 21st "Boys and Girls Art of Hope Exhibit" opened November 19 at the Josei Toda International Center in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo. Subtitled "With Courage and Hope Let's Launch a Great Voyage of Peace," the exhibit will show through December 3, 2006. Some 80 drawings and paintings ... read more

Culture | Nov 20 2006

21st "Boys and Girls Art of Hope Exhibit" Opens at Josei Toda International Center in Tokyo

The 21st "Boys and Girls Art of Hope Exhibit" opened November 19 at the Josei Toda International Center in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo. Subtitled "With Courage and Hope Let's Launch a Great Voyage of Peace," the exhibit will show through December 3, 2006. Some 80 drawings and paintings selected from among ... read more

Buddhism | Nov 18 2006

SGI-Cameroon Women Hold General Meeting

On November 18, 2006, some 110 SGI-Cameroon women and 20 guests participated in a general meeting in Yaounde City, Cameroon's capital. Another 40 men and youth members provided support behind the scenes. With a theme of "Women and Environmental Protection--Challenges and Hopes for Building the Century of Life," women representatives ... read more

Buddhism | Nov 18 2006

SGI-Macedonia Holds First Study Examination on Nichiren Buddhism

On November 18, 2006, SGI-Macedonia held its first study examination on Nichiren Buddhism for 11 candidates in Skopje, the nation's capital. The candidates studied material translated into Macedonian from Serbian and English by the SGI-Macedonia Study Committee. To prepare for the exam, candidates participated in seminars and study sessions. [Adapted from ... read more

Culture | Nov 18 2006

SGI-Dominican Republic Combined Band Wins Silver Prize in National Competition

On November 18, 2006, the SGI-Dominican Republic Brass Band and Fife-and-Drum Corps combined to participate in the "2nd Youth Musical Band Festival" in Santo Domingo, the nation's capital. Competing with bands from throughout the country, the SGI-Dominican Republic group won the silver prize in the "Junior and Senior High School" ... read more

Buddhism | Nov 15 2006

English Edition of The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, Volume II to be Released Soon

The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin (WND), Volume II, was recently published in commemoration of November 18, Soka Gakkai Founding Day. Next year also marks the 55th anniversary of Nichiren Daishonin gosho zenshu, a compilation of Nichiren's writings in the original classical Japanese. WND Volume II comprises 234 ... read more

Buddhism | Nov 15 2006

SGI-Taiwan Publishes Contemporary Chinese Language Editions of "Opening of the Eyes" from Nichiren's Writings

SGI-Taiwan recently published contemporary Chinese language translations (in traditional Chinese characters) of "The Opening of the Eyes" parts I and II, as volumes 3 and 4 of the Collection of Nichiren's Writings in Contemporary Chinese. In the books, the contemporary Chinese translation appears alongside the classical Chinese ... read more

Interfaith | Nov 11 2006

Taiwan Soka Association Participates in Conference on Religion

"Dialogue and Innovation: The Second Conference on New Religious Organizations and Trends in Society" that brought together people of various faiths was held on November 10 and 11 at Nanhua University, Chiayi County, Taiwan. Taiwan Soka Association (TSA) member Robin Lu spoke on the focus of TSA's activities in recent ... read more

Press Releases | Nov 10 2006

Minoru Harada Appointed as Soka Gakkai President

Tokyo, Japan: Minoru Harada, 65, was elected sixth president of the Soka Gakkai lay Buddhist association on November 9, following Einosuke Akiya's decision to resign from the post in order to make way for new leadership. Akiya, 76, had led the organization for 25 years. Harada, formerly vice general director, was ... read more

Culture | Nov 10 2006

Daisaku Ikeda Photo Exhibition Opens in Moscow, Russia

On November 8, "My Universe (Moya Vselennaya)," an exhibition of some 180 nature and scenic photographs taken by SGI President Daisaku Ikeda, opened at the Central House of Artists in Moscow, Russia. The exhibition, scheduled for November 8-21, commemorates the 50th anniversary of the normalization of Russo-Japan diplomatic relations. Aleksander ... read more

Buddhism | Nov 9 2006

SOKANET Japanese Site Relaunched with New URL

Commemorating November 18, Soka Gakkai Founding Day, Soka Gakkai's official Japanese language web site was relaunched on November 9. To respond to the needs and requests of users, the contents have been refreshed. Besides a "Feature" section, major sections with titles such as "I want to know more about Soka ... read more

Peace and Disarmament | Nov 9 2006

"Daisaku Ikeda Corner on Culture of Peace" Opens at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts

The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) designated a special area of their library for publications on a culture of peace, dedicating it to SGI President Daisaku Ikeda in recognition of his efforts to spread Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence. On October 28, Dr. N. Radhakrishnan, chair of ... read more