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Vietnam: First Buddhism Museum opens in Da Nang

VietMuseumVietNamNet Bridge - More than 500 Buddhist antiquities, including artifacts rated as national treasures, are on display at the Museum of Buddhist Culture in the central city of Da Nang.
 

Thailand: Banners to respect Buddha statues Installed at Airports

KnowBPosterBangkok based Knowing Buddha Organisation (KBO) has launched a campaign called  "Buddha is Our Father" through banner installation at Suvarnabhumi Airport and Chiang Mai Airport, as well as billboards in Bangkok leading to the airport.

Cambodia: Angkor Archeological Park Welcomes 2.1 Million Foreign Visitors Last Year

AnkorThe Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap (APSARA) said Cambodia’s Angkor Archeological Park received some 2.1 million foreign visitors in 2015, generating a total income of over US$60 million.

Vietnam: Brutal festivals to be banned

VietPigFestFestivals depicting evil activities of brutality and violence will be banned. This was announced in Circular No. 15 issued by the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism on December 30.

Laos: Kongbouat Festival

LaoStupaBy Phon Thikeo

Respectful senior monks and newly ordained monks step over silk sashes placed by merit makers for the monks to step on after they walk from a Naga boat, which is where people pour water over them to wash away any bad spirits. This is the central feature of the Kongbouat festival.

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