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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2344

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Buddhist Animal Rights Conference Calls Sri Lanka to enact the Animal Welfare Bill

The first Asian Buddhist Animal Rights Conference co-hosted by Dharma Voices for Animals (DVA) and Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth (CARE) was held at Hotel Skypark Kingstown, Dongdaemun in Seoul, South Korea on Friday September 30, 2016 immediately after the conclusion of the 28th General Conference of the World Fellowship of Buddhists Conference in the same city.

DVA members at Hotel Skypark, Kingstown, Dongdaemun, Seoul, South Korea (Sept. 26, 2016). Left to Right: Bob Isaacson, Ananda Mahinkanda,Venerable Thich Phuoc Tan, Senaka Weeraratna, Henry Dang (Hon. Secretary-General, Buddhist Federation of Australia), Dr. Chamith Nanayakkara, Albert Mah
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Find out possibility of using sea sand in building construction - President Srisena

President Maithripala Sirisena instructed the relevant officials to take necessary steps to use sea sand in constructing government buildings in the future, after conducting further analysis regarding the technology of using sea sand in building construction works.

Find out possibility of using sea sand in building construction - President Srisena
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Bias and Prejudice Die Hard

I was shocked to read Kanbawza Win’s latest posting in the Asian Tribune. Once again, he reveals his appalling bias and prejudice against the Rohingyas of Myanmar, who remain the most persecuted people in our time. As a hardcore racist that he is, his latest rant doesn’t surprise me at all, and should not surprise his readers either who have seen in the past such samples of his degenerated and delusional mind that cannot separate facts from fiction.

Bias and Prejudice Die Hard
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Creepy Clown Craze: sightings across Britain triggers little laughter and more anxiety

Creepy clown craze, the phenomenon in which a man disguises himself as an armed clown, has been sweeping across Britain for the past few weeks, amid mixed public feelings about the banter, because at times the funny element of it just ends even before the clown in question springs into action; his mere presence, judging by what has been reported so far, just kills off the very aspect of hum our.

Creepy Clown Craze: sightings across Britain triggers little laughter and more anxiety
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