Dalai Lama

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chief lama and once ruler of Tibet

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Most recently, the Dali Lama has participated in a number of mind-body conferences with a wide variety of world renowned neuroscientists.
China, who accuses the Dali Lama of being a separatist who supports the use of violence to set up an independant Tibet, said it opposed any meeting between him and foreign officials.
The "Tibet-in-exile government" led by Dali Lama was still an "undemocratic regime" with the style of a "medieval potentate," said the columnist couple, citing a report from the German Stern Magazine in 2009.
From figures such as Pope Benedict XVI (the "green pope") and the Dali Lama to believers in parishes, monasteries, synagogues, mosques, and temples, people of faith are devoting attention to how religion should address today's environmental problems.
Another example is the Dali Lama, who describes himself as "a simple Buddhist monk" yet has spent more than 60 years in exile struggling to bring peace and sovereignty to Tibet.
FEBRUARY: Dali Lama flees Tibet from Chinese troops to British-Indies.
I don't have any further ambitions, but I'd perhaps like to meet a few people - Nelson Mandela, the Pope, the Dali Lama.
Right now, China and the US can't come together on carbon emissions, Google, trade, human rights, the Dali Lama, software piracy, or the yuan.
Levin and his wife were recognized by the Dali Lama as one of 2009's "Unsung Heroes of Compassion.
In 1959, when the People's Republic of China took full control of Tibet, the Dali Lama fled to India, where he is the head of a Tibetan government-in-exile.
He did not mention Tibet, the Dali Lama, the Falun Gong, or any specific political prisoners.
Dali Lama, Desmond Tutu, and others) in 2005 to abide by the UN Declaration of Human Rights was helpful in promoting a worthy cause but, Lull argues:
Her work worldwide as a traveling diplomat for peace is supported by the Dali Lama.
I was so moved by this act of compassion I had no choice but to go up to consult with the Dali Lama in San Francisco.
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