The Dalai Lama arrived in Hungary

Saturday, September 18, 2010

The Dalai Lama's airplane touched down in Budapest on Friday afternoon. This is the Dalai Lama's seventh visit in the country.

During his stay, the religious leader of Tibet will lecture on several locations, among others in the “Papp László Budapest Sportaréna” where 22500 tickets have been sold out. His speeches can be followed on the Internet as well.

In an interview with Hir TV, his holiness talked about the 1956 revolution that shocked him to the core; he felt sympathy with the freedom fighters despite the distance that separated him from the events.

The spokesperson of his Geneva office said his holiness' visit had three purposes: promote human values in society, help the understanding among the various religions and champion the case of Tibet.

The religious leader of Tibet arrived in Hungary for the invitation of the Hungarian-Tibetan Friendship Association and several Hungarian Buddhist orders.

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Anonymous said...

March 28th is Serfs Emancipation Day, when China's PLA had in fact liberated the majority enslaved population of Tibet into the free liberal faction of New Tibet. Western hegemony's propaganda is doomed to failure.

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