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The Dalai Lama | A Call for Compassion

Dalai Lama, Bishop Tutu join interfaith discussion

On the last day of the Dalai Lama's visit to Seattle for a gathering on compassion, he joined Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh and other Buddhist representatives for a panel discussion on spiritual connection.

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Daniel Beekman

Seattle native Daniel Beekman, a Fulbright researcher in Beijing, will be writing about life ahead of the '08 Olympics.

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