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Amida patron Thuy Fujimoto visited Vietnam in January to discuss plans for continuing sponsorship of community projects.
Plaque at the Niet Banh temple orphanage where the Amida sangha provided a grant for a boys dormitory. Below, Master Phuong with some of the children and Thuy Fujimoto, patron of Amida Trust.
Posted on 23 February 2007 in 22 News Items, 25 - Asia | Permalink
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YOu do not know me, but i am an Amida follower, studying Buddhist psychotherapy under Dharmavidya adn Prasada. I have recently cycled accross Vietnam and hold very fond memories of the country and people. I hope to return one day but meanwhile I send your project my warmest good wishes.
anne m jones |
04 March 2007 at 08:09 PM
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