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Shambhala

Shambhala

Postby Jialin » 23 Apr 2012, 01:25

Hi everyone,

I'm wondering if anyone on here is by chance familiar with the Shambhala Buddhist teachings and/or the Shambhala center in Taipei? I'm really wanting to learn more about the center as I'm coming to Taiwan to work and live in two months. From the site and other materials online, it seems the center and group is still quite small and inactive. Just trying to find out more before I arrive!

(For anyone who's interested, here's the link to the Taipei Shambhala group webpage: http://shambhala.org.tw/)

Thanks for your help!
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