Back to listJun 5, 2006

SGI-Panama Hosts Dramatization of SGI President's The Snow Country Prince; SGI-Philippines Young Women Meet for Study Session

SGI-Panama members in a dramatization of The Snow Country Prince
Local students enjoy the play

On May 17-20, 2006, SGI-Panama hosted a play for children at the SGI-Panama Culture Center in Panama. Representative youth members performed an original play based on SGI President Daisaku Ikeda's children's story, The Snow Country Prince, about a young boy and girl in a snow country fishing village who care for an injured swan while their sick father remains hospitalized in a distant town. Through their experience, the siblings learn to foster hope and compassion in their hearts. Some 2,000 attended the show, including many school children and teachers.

Young women of SGI-Philippines study Nichiren's writings

On May 27-28, 2006, SGI-Philippines young women in Manila held a study session at the SGI-Philippines Grand Culture Center in Tagaytay, Philippines. Participants studied portions of Nichiren's writings and The New Human Revolution, Daisaku Ikeda's novelized account of Soka Gakkai's history.