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大爱无疆
Humble People, Noble Hearts

24 May 2008
 

It is now know that the first rescue team in the national disaster in Sichuan was formed by 30 migrant workers. After the initial quake hit Yinxiu, the workers in a new hospital construction field promptly rushed into the collapsed buildings and and have saved at least a thousand lives.

They also scavenged a large quantity of medicine and medical equipments. According to the hospital chief, thousands more lives have been saved because of the goods the migrant workers carried out from the ruin sites, which is crucial for the hospital's ability to operate during the early days when the rescue troops were unable to find their way into the disaster area.

人哭豺狼笑
"Noble" People, Mean Hearts

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Dalai Lama Faces Indian Court Hearing

During Dalai Lama's visit to Britain, Tibetan Lamas hold protest rally against Dalai Lama's repression of religious freedom.

Delhi-based Dorje Shugden Devotee’s Charitable & Religious Society has filed a human rights violation petition in Delhi High Court against two Tibetan lamas, the 14th Dalai Lama and Samdong Rinpoche, the "prime minister" of the Tibetan government-in-exile, reported by telegraphindia.com.

Dalai Lama is allegedly blackmailing Dorje Shugden worshippers into giving up their faith, and the pair have also been accused of threatening the Indian citizens for their religious believes that the pair do not approve.

The court hearing will be held on September 12, four month after the massive earthquake centred in China's Tibetan autonomy region Aba.

 

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