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Laozi said" "~./e ma:,.v know how to resolve a great conflict. but withoutrefleetirtg on its root causes, even the falrest resolution wHI. still contain seeds of lIngering resentment."

Resentm,ellt 18 bOrtl out of omotlonal attacthznonts that arise trom our deluded natura

Since ourtrue nature has no inherent deluslon, how can there be resentment?

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Emperor 'fang said,lf people are at fault, all blame lies wiith me.

Zhua.l'l.gzu said. ''..I\JJ merits; Lie 'l!1(I]th others: all faults lie wl1!:h r116," Altbough sages are often crrtictzed by others, they critieizeno one. 'l'hey never bear any hnsttlity, We should emulate Empoelor Shun.

(He saw fault anly in bj'mse,Lf, not in others, His [ove and p.at]ence touched even those who tried to liiU 111m.) May we all :IlliJd encouragement in these words ..

Ch in KUI].g at the age of 78

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Peace Tour

Venerable Master ChinKung Visits Indonesia, Cairo and Vatican, 2003 - 2004

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Sakyamuni Buddha taughtusto rely om. the defmitive meanings of histeaching, Ve nerabl e Ma ster Chin Kung taught us

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urge:tlllUy needed in~(]day· S 80 eiety. By that, he meant we; urgently need dissolution of enmity; peace; and. stability. In ad,cUti.otl,. we need to promote sacred teachings, For thwsr,e:asou, the Master, despite being dose: to eighty years of age. is still (mlgently Ira vel ing to various countries toprovide advice to leaders of govemmenes, :.\lind unite religions" hOpiLwlg,W buil d worl d peace with collective effort

Re;Ce11.Uy, the Indonessan government has rearn ized theimportance and the uIgency for religious harmony andhas made the followlng considerable efforts:

{I)- Durjngehe relarively short eight months pedod from Octoher 2003 to Ma.y 2004,M,aste:r Chin Kung was invited to visit Indonesia three Hmesw meet with the President, Vice President, Chain-nan ofthe Peeple's GOils.ultaUve Committee, Minister of Religious Affairs~Minlster of N ati onal Education,Mill i ster .0 f Interual Affa~[:s. leaders of live 1118!jlor religions, and representatives from universities, The Master provided precious suggestions in regardsto multi-faith harnnony and spiritual education,

(2) Indonesian gevernment recently

Ftemember

established an Interfaith Secretariat Building for all retigions to work together, The Indonesian Minister of Religious Affairs invited the Master to give a. speechin the opening ceremony of the interfaith office building, This indicates that Indonesian governmen 1: hepesto le 81m. the M as ter' s

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runifi,c8Jtwon in Singapore,

Masle,r presented his calligraphy to Mr. Hasylrn Muzadi, the chairman of one of the lawge'st Islamic organizalions, Nahdl alul UlarnaJ(NU)

(3) On. 22nd- 25th. of February 2004.

Indonesian govemment and. Nahdletul Ulama, the largest Islamic organization in rndone:s~a, jointly hosted the; International Conference of Islamic Scholars in Jakarta. Islanrie jeaders, university professors, and. ambass adors from. nearly one hundred countries were Invited. to attend this Contereuce.iPresidenr Megawat] Soekarnoputri gavethe opening speech, and Vice President Hasnzah Haz .gave the doslng remask, Asthe welcome dinner of the firstnight of the Conference, Master Chill Kungwas illvHed. to give a. keynote speech entitled "Edueation js Essential in .BuiJ~wl1g a Country and in Guidmg Us People: Only the Sacred Teachings Can Ach~¢v,e Hu:marnitY"LQve and World Peace,"

(4) On. 19th - 25th of June 2004, Endo[l'es,]an Ministry of Religious Affairs organized an interfaith touring delegation to viait Egypt, Italy and Vatican. The delegati em. was led by the Secretary General of the Ministry 0 f ReI igious Affairs and comprised. of leaders of three largest Islamic organizations (NlJ, MU[~ "MUHAMMADIYAH)~. the Bishops Conference of Indonesia. Cbristian Churches AIHa~lTIce. Headquarters of Hinduism and Buddhism, Master Chin Kung wasinvited to be the honorary advisorto the delegati on The purpose of the tour was to enhance mutual understandieg and to foster common views among members of this delegation, and with different religions in diffie]"e:ot parts ofthewcdd! viainterfaith dialog,

Il, The Brief Report of the 20041 Trip to Vattmcan ,and! Egypt

]'9' June

Master Chin. Kung and his entourage took Thai Airway TG410~ departing at 7:45 PM for Bangkok, The Indcnesienreligious

delegation I eel by Secretary General ofthe Ministry of Religious Affairs of Indonesia Professor Dr. Hr Faisal Ismail, met with Master Chin Kung at Bangkok airport. Professor Ismailand several religious leaders are old acquaintances of Master. It was a pleasantreuni on ..

20 June 00:45AM:

Departing ·1\"01" Cairo via Egypt Air.

U:OOAM

Visited Cairo Museum ofAn::haeo]ogy,

13:30PM

Visited Pyramid and Sphinx of Giza.

15:00PM

Visited a tradi ti onal Egyptian Papyrus papermaking factory.

19':45 PM

Cruisedthe Nile River atnightend di ned on the ferry.

Master and lhe IndOr'!e<s[a Multi-Faith delleg:a:tion members touring the great Pyramid" one ()IF the Seven \!Von;ders

Mastei!ail<ing to Sheik lFa~i al-Zar~f (II the AI' A:Ihar Ui"li'\f€~ilY (ilf Cairo vmfch has <rver one thQIwiS6nc! y-efllrs or history. I t ls ~tle o!d:esl. lslamlc university in (hie world.

21 J l!JIille lID:30.~.

Visited.Al Azhar University.

It has I, hi story of over one thousand years and 13 the oldest Islamic university in the world. Mas~er Chin Kung and the del egati on met with the Deputy Grand Sbeik MohamedKabawv and the Interfaith Comminee President of A] Azhar University, Sheik Fa'WZ] al-Zafzaf Deputy Grand Sheik talked about the importance of Al Azhar University in the Islamic world and the go~l of the Unive:n:ity,.whkh is to teach all people to be tolerant and merciful, and non-violently resolve problems. Sheik Eawzi al-Zafzaf said that communication among all religions is absolutely necessary, but each religion should retain its own tradition amj. culture, Till the meeting, the Masser said that the C·Om.mO[,) goal of aJI rei ]gi,(IHS followers ] sto help an people to live in. a peaceful, stable world without confli ct A] l ah i. s merci fu] ~ J esu si s lovi llg, and Buddha is cempesslonate. Although

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each religion uses different terminologies" the principle of mercy, love and compassion ] s the same, All religions thus can unite together. The Master also urge all religious peopleto study diligently not: only their own religieus scriptures but also the holy books of other religions. Once we have done so, we would have real ruZ!oo, thatthe essence of an religions is the same, and there is only ODe true God.

14:00 PM

'Visited Indonesian Embassy in Egypt.

1,6:00.P'M

Visited Saint Mary< s sanctuary ill. Cairo and the Coptic Church built 00 top of the cave. nt i s said that the Hol y famil y had. stayed In the cave after their escap e fromPalestine.

22 June 10: 00 .AI\,[

Departed on Egypt Air flight MS 79'] for Rome.

14:00 PM Arrived in Rome.

16:30 PM

Had interfaith dialog with Bishop Mi,chae~ Fltzgerald, the committee chairman of the Interfatth Office of Vati can,

Bishop Fitzgerald said thatthe Vatican has beenpromoting tnterfalth dialog for over :tibI1y years. Contacts had been establi shed with Judaism, Islam, and Buddhism for many years, Efforts also have been made to promote dialog and communication amongvarfcus religionato bring better understanding of and ]111 utual respect for each other. Hi story tells us that due toleek of commenication, severe misunderstanding and conflict had occurred between. different religi ons. Master Chi n K ung sai d th at we have seen continuous conflicts in the world" When we carefully study the causes of the contli cts, we found that they originated In. the basic unit of our society:

family. Throughout the world, the discord and conflict between couples, paren 1.5 and cbll dren, Rna brothers and sisters all contribute to the gradual degradation of our greater community, As we delve into the problem farther, we would see that the root of conflict is actually within our inner self: selfishness vs, altruism. In. this age, we can see thau family educatlon, school ecIDuc8Jtion~ and social education have all, failed. The only wa:y to awaken the moral and virtuous naturein all cf'usis by religious education.

18:30 r.M

Metwith San Edigie representatives in the Italy headquarter. San Edi gio is an ] nternati on alorganizari on tb at prom otes peace dialogs among all ethnic groups,

23 June 10;OOM.(

Visited. Vatican and met with Pope John PwlR

,2()J.S PM

Master Chin Kung gave a one-bour lecture to' the thirty-seven Buddhist practitioners who, traveled from France and Spain to see him. The Master talked about the inceptlon of Pure Land Associ ations and their mission, He also spoke about the relationships between different religi ens. In order to reaolve religious conflicts, education is tbe (ln~,y way tohelp people to give ri se: to OO!D[p:1.l!.SS]OD and love. Once we truly understandthe teachings of saints and sagesand the truth about our life and. our living environment, confrontation and eonflicts will naturally be resolved from withi n ourselvescand the external, problems would be disappeared, Dr. Emo,to of Japan has demonstrated t]U"OUgJl his water crystals experiments that goodwill could indeed resclveal ~ disasters,

24 June 10 :00 .Al\i\1l'

Invited by Sister Teresa Seew, Master Chin Kung and the group visited the C8I!1ruQsS]an Headquarter of Italy.

20:l5 PM

Master If; hi n Kung ] nvltedall n,] embers of the delegatiou and Buddhist practiticners frcm Eurepe to a dinnerparty, The-Master talkedabeut the virtue of charity giving for others by sharingthe experiences from Singapore,

25' June 0:8,:30~

Visited Indonesian Embassy in Italy. Met with HJE" Ambassador Mr. Bambang Prayimo and his w]fe ..

13:40 PM

Departed for Cabo on fligln MS 792.

26 Jane 11:50. A1vf

Took Egypt Aur flight MS g60 to Bangkok.

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Arrived at Bangkok

11:ru.S.AM

Departed. for Singapore by Thai Ai rway TG4]3.

In the morning of 21st of June, all members. of the delegation were having breakfast in rh e hotel restaurant in Cairo. Master Chin Kung and Secretary General Prof Dr. Faisal Ismail of the Ministry of Religious Affairs. Dr, Richard Daulay, Deputy Secretary General of Churches Alliance ofPGI. and Director Prof Toll Swee Hin of the Multifaith Centre of Gdffi.th University were sitting on the same table,

The Mastel." sai d: There are m any similarities between Islam and Buddhism teachings. For example, Islam teeches the S]X Beliefs: believing in Allah, belleving in angels, believingin Koran, believing in 111eSSel1g,e]'~ believing innext life, and believingi n th e End Day, Budd h ism. also talks about the Six Beliefs: believing 10 self uatare, believing in ethers, believing ]0. cause, bel .. ievingin effect (consequence), believing In phenomena, and. believing in principles, Believing in. A]]ah is in fact the same 3lS believing in self nature, believing En angels is believing ]0. ofbers, believing in QUJ::al:l1l is believing in principles. believing En messenger isbelieving inphenomena, believing in next life and believing in the End Day are believingin cause and effect ..

Prof. Ismail S all d. .Yes. A lthough d iff'e rent r e Ii g i CHI S use different terminologies, the principles of teaching are the same, For example. the Buddha, teaches p 00]>1 e to practice giving, Jn Islam. one of the percepts. is to donate a portion of one's own wealth to help the poor.

Prof 'Joh sai d: Buddhism and Isl am have COmI11Ol'll values which emphasize the importance of serving the community and to care and have compassicn for people who are 1111 dire need.

Dr. Daulay said: Cbristlans often talks about Iove wltile Buddhism often 'talks about compasslon. They are the: same teclchings.,.Wh.en you visited us in the POI headquarter in Indonesia last time, you gave me a framed Chinese calligraphy of··Love'~. It is: still hanging en my office w'rn!]~.. I 'have always been promoting the importance ,0.[ friendships among all people. In fact, the eri gi nal 'form. of Chri sti ani t.y was about having sincere .@Ind. friendly relationships am ong all people. .~. hope thi S original form could. be restored,

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government's first efficial contact with the lnternatlonal reUgi.ous: communities. It has. sent a v,ery im portantmessage to 'the world:

Re~igi,():u,g Harmony,

F] rst of all ~ thi s vi sit was one rea] positi ve action taken by the Indonesian government to cerry out its Intension 'to further promote religious harmony. The fact that Em.d:QUeiSian Ministry of ReI] gieu s Alfawrs invited, V'enera.b]e Master Chin Kung to be the honomry sdvi sor to the delegation showed their sincere desire to lesrn from the Mast:er OIn his Singapore experiences

regard] ng peace promoti on and organizing religious del.ega!tions,.

Seccadly.jhis delegation facilitated dose contacts and mutual understandings among the seven religlous participants: the three largest lslamiccrganizations, Catholic! sm, Christianity; Hi ndui sm. and Buddhism, The representatives from each re '1 'I· (~~]o 00- ,.]- i" <Ii 'm- - e t "" "', I'H'i ree iare ·V···e ri era 1. '1· e

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Master Chin Kung's wisdom and shared the fruit from bis experieneejthat religious contactsand communicatians were best: con d u cted rh rought rav e~ in gtoget h er j II unity, Religrous representatives lived together and learned from each other during the trips, breaking barriers while enhancing mutual understandings. Peopl e from different Il~Jjgi.on5 became friends. in thefirst tour and. may well become brothers in the second.

At the end of the visiting tour, delegation members said good-bye to one another atthe Singapore airport. Prof. Dr. Ism ail ~ S eeretary Hen era] of t:h e Mini stry of Religious ,Affa.irs warmly shook Master Chin Kung' shands ,3iJlJJd said: Thank you for your participation, Hope that we will have another delegatlon tour tcgether in the near future .

Report ef Venerable Master '(lIin Km.g's Tripto Indonesia S,e-ptelnber' 2014

Friday, 24th of September

Master Chin Kung and. entourage

arrived in Jakarta at IO:OOAMlocaJ time. Indonesian Chinese Party Chairman Mr. Shue Sh]ong Lee. Mr_ KuanMing Chuen, Me Ru 8131]] Shiong and other Multicultural Society members greeted the Master atthe airport. Jakarta Hatta A. irport authority received the Master In the State Reception Building as an official guest of Indonesia. later the group has cheeked in at Shangarlla Botd> Jakarta,

Sa;rurday, 25th of September lO;OO-U :OOAfd

Master Chin Kung received Honorary Doctorate degree fFou1JJ Syarif Hidayatullah

Islamic Slate University.

Master Chin Kungand followers attended a. specialaward oeremcmy frnl Syadf Hidayatullah Islamic State University, Jakarta. Til is Honorary Dcctorate awarding ceremony was conducted in sclemn and splendid. atmosphere. More than three hundred guests were present. Guest of Honor included former Indonesia President Mr, WmlYid, representatives from Department of Religious Affair and Department of Education. More than thirty professors fmrnvarious faculties witnessed the grand ceremony.

Rector Dr. Azyumard Azra praised Master Cb in Kung: f.of his life-Iong ded ication in religious ed ucation and his uureleneing promotion of wotld peaeeRegardl ess of race or rel iglon, Master donates scholarships to help the underprivileged students toflnish schoolings

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U1 Indonesia. This special award was instigated by recommendatiens from Mr. \Vabld. and. six other renowned. professors, along with the consentience of more than eightyuniversity protessors to the p'I."Opriety of the procedure. Since the foundlng of Indonesi a this was the very first Honora.ry Docterate award [hat was, presented to au ordained Buddhist practitioner, Rector expressed in his speech that I.t: was the hope of the university that Master Chin Kung will continueto help Muslims actualizing the teaching of Islamand he would assist in changing the common misunderstanding of the world for associating terrorism with Islam,

Master Chin Kung in his acceptance speech expre ssed g,ratrntude for thi s grand ceremony, He mentioned that after the 9l] incident ill five US. University of Queensland in. Austl'arni8) had invited him to join a. discussion forum with various professors to explore peace promctien in the aftermath of this event. Griffi.th University hasalso invitedhim to several. conferences and discussion forums to exchange ideas on the same subject. In the year of 2002, Chancetlor of Griffith Uuiversity proposed to present an Honorary Doctorate degree to the Master, He declined theinvitation initiaJ]ly The Chancellorthen explained that she believed the Master posse the wisdom and the abi H ty 'Co' he] P' the wOrn"ld ]0 conflict resolution," However, ma:n.y interuarional and UN initiated peace conferences invite; enly academics and experts in various fields to a.Ue:nd their meetings, Rarely would tbey send out invitation for ordained monk, U the Master could represent the uni versity and the country as a, professor to, parti eipate these conterences seeking world peace, then it would benefitall people, She has thu S ecnvineed Master Chin Kung in accepting hisfirst Honorary Doctorate award.

The Master also said that in the pas.t two years he has participated three:

UN conferences where he emphasized the importance of religious education ~ n modern soci ety . Reli gi ou s edu cation ]3 t:11 e embodiment of peace educeti on that teaches: everyone to. love and. care for all. with virtuous deeds. Master O.1Ii.n Kung followed by expressi ngthat he was especiallyhoncred to. have received this award bestowed upon him by the university and .Mr. Wahi.d, and he would make every endeavor to fulfill hls role in the meaningful mtsston.

Mr. Wa.h]d in hisremarksmentioned uhal he fuUy agreed with Master Chin Kung and. he aecenmatedtbat religious educarion DTIJUst be put into daily prsctice, Religious harmony and world. peace is a goal that everyone should be working mwards.M;r. Wahrud's humerous and deeply meaningful speech gained much applause from the audience, At the end. of the ceremony, every professor and attending audience came forwardto congratulate Ma.ster Chin Kung with traditional Java handshake.

11:00-11 :30 AM

'~Chln Kuag's Cornee"

Atthe end of the oor;emol1ly~ the Maste~T was invited to the library or the School of Theology and P'hiJosophy where a dedicated mom was allocated for the Master's Buddhist teaching materials .. The M:EI!.ster"s various books were displayed In the new "Cbin Klmg's C 0111W··'. CDs. vcrx DIDs in Indooesian subtitle!;! were played OIl TV screens ,~·t all time" A set of Buddhist Canon. Sutra containinga complete set: of Buddha's .~]fe teachings spanning ]50 volumes were also present In the Iibtary, 'The Dean of Theology and Philosophy, Prof .. Amsal Bachtiar we~cQnled Master Chin Kung In the opening

ceremony of "Chin Kung's Corner" and wndlcntedpl,ans 'to assign 5000 :sq1Iul!jj\elneters of land to bui ld a, Chin, Kung Center,

Master Chi ,I] Kung expressed gratitude for the uni versity to llilost such a sp~endlrud. ceremonvTle hopes that when this new center is ready" it would be named "Mulai-faith Genter". where renresen feot-]·v"'" from each relision C-""'U'L~1 fri.v,e

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lectures and speeches here by invitation. Very few universities in the world are equippedwith such a, facility, If such center W~Hl to be established in Indonesia, he would give his ful] support

University authority had. prepared vegetarian meals for the Master's group" After Iunch, everyone was invited to the re-cording studio on the 7th floor for aninterview, Severa] professors asked Master Chill Kung"s views towards different religions. They went onto askthe

Master how Buddhists and Muslims could cooperate:"

Master Chin Kung answered that the causefor worldwide oonfrukts orig~na.tedi]1 the declining of mO!ia~[ty and virtue. China was ableto sustain its cultnre fOlf 5000 years because i~ has. emphasized the ~ea{:hiJ1ig of propriety, moral and virtue to the young, It laid the foundation for peace educarion Christians said, "God. loves all people". Islam taught, "Allah is truly merciful", In China, Mu:sl~ms not only practice according UO the scri ptures, th~y have eombined the essence of Confuciani sm, 'Taoism and Buddhism and accepted all the proprieties. and paid roe spect fo r everything and everyone" His remarkably commendable. Although leach religion has different forms, their essence is alike, Once we realise this fact, it is easy teunderstandjhat different :[I~]jg]lons could cooperate with each other; working in IlmI~y, effenng telerance and

Interviewed by universiLy professors in the recordingl studio or Syaaif Hid:a.yatullah Islamic State University

~O\dng-k]nd]less. for each other. Modern society values the development of technology andignored the irnportance of the education efmorality and virtue. Religious beliefs were trivialized. This Is the cause forthe !!1,J1IJes~s we have seen in the world ~od.ay., In orderto seek peace, we must start with promotion of the: eduearion of meral andvirtue, and to practice our WIves inaccord with the te,ach~JlIgs of 'V~.UU:~llJ,S treasured sen ptures,

,M.a.ster also mentionedtbat wruth our technological advanees.we have toto unlize public media to promote reljgicus education of peace, virtue and morality, Master suggested thathewould donere sate lliterecepti ()in e q ~.d pment thatwoul d tune into Hwazan Satellite TV station where a. multi-faijh classmomwould be ready for 'everyone 'to !.earl1.-Peoi,.~,e could tunein 24 heursa day to receive the teachi ngs of :sa.:in~s and sages.Hopefui~y. this will lead the wa:y

for the nation to have a dedicated Satellite ch~1iJJru~[ to broadcast theteach ings of each [e~]jgforn to helptheir followers understand their own holy scripfures bener. With 'better understanding, peoplewould not be easily mampulated to cause social. disorders, This perhaps is a suggestion that is worth considering for the leaders .of this nation, The prefesscrs were Invigorated by the Masteir'sal1swers., They asked the Master to come to Indonesia more often and share his :i nsighm "V~tJI more people,

M~ster tOQ~ an affemoon fhght to Suyabaya province and. took transport to Malang, Checked in a~ Hotel Gajamade Graha

Sunday, 26th of September te.co-u.so AM

In themorrnng, the Masterattended the weddfn.g ceremony, Mr. Muzadi warmly greeted the Master and led the Master

Mast~r Cnin Kul'hg' \i!laiS inviM:Q t'O att@nd tire weddin.g cer,emony rOT Vice President caooidlate Mr. HS$yim MUZEdi's dauglnl:m

to converse wi th Presi den t Megawatti in the vmp' room, The Master met wHh the chairman of Indonesian Chri stian Association, Dr. 1'j ah] adi Nugraha .. Ma and the director of R.e~igrnous Affair, ML Abdufata. Dr, Tjahjadi praisedMaster Chin KUD:T!g for what he had done for In donesi a. He agrees fully that we should make the most of new technology to 'promote mul ti culturalism and peace education. Different religions were much Iike OU.r fingers. Although eachlooked different, they were: all originated from one: family. Everyone oughtto tolerate and care for all the others.

The weddi fig was conducted in traditional Java. style, The bride and g,roal'll and. the parents of the new couple were all dressed in, blue traditional costume. Muslim elders softly gave blessing to the new couple with holy songs. Afi;er the ceremony the couple arid the parents shake hands wi th every guest there were O\N'f 15,000 people attending the ceremony. The Master returned to Surabaya in the afternoon and checked ]H at Shangri-La Hotel.

6:00 .. 10:0~) "M MulticultIlfal Discussion

Buddhist Education Center of Surabaya held a special dinner par~y to welcome Master Chin Kung. After the dinner, the Master gave a shO'11. speech and 'chen started a question and. answer session, Although on short notice, there were still morethan :500 people attended Ute eveat. Sisters from. local church, Muslim representatives, Tibetan and Theravada Buddhists cameto the meeting that eveni ng, The Mas ter stressed that all religions taught with the same message: love and co.mpassio:n for ev~ryon~" This, 0011ln10n moral. and vinuou s social 'education is what the In odem world requires ... Having faith in

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a religion involves in depth understanding of one's own Holy Scriptures .. Using: long distance education methods, such as Internet and satellite TV, would truly benefit more: people than traditlonal means. Audience asked Inany questi ens regarding the chaotic social probl em s and the possibility o:f multiculmral peace education. The Master provided practical answers to everyone's quesfion,

Monday:! 27th of S,epte,mbe,r

After breakfast, the Mastertalked about his visions of a "Multi-faith Peace College",

"-;V,e would. help the univer si ty toj.mprove their existi ng recurding eqllJ~ pmenrs.

'We should invite each religion to select three teachers to give lectures fer art least two hours every week. Aft,er sending the recording tothe Department .of Religious Affak fOI' aS8eSS;I'IDlen[~ the content could be aired on the [ntemet: and Satellite TV.

~1ith three to six months of lecturing training, university could establish a. "Schoo] of Multi -faith Research", An the trainees from VBrrlOUS rel igions, once: becomes; eligible through evaluation, WOJl].]d become researchers at the school. One year later; researchers would be ready to engage the role of formallecturers ofMulti-faith and die school could start to accept Mester and PhD students.

Inthree to four years, the research. school 'could be expanded into '~MultidfajHI Peace College" where every religion could launch a separate new school Wh,en all the requirements 113 ve been met, perhaps a Multi-faith University ro~]d be ]niti~ted.,

meter of land for a "Chi n Kung Centre":

The: Master suggested that it should be named as, "Multi-faith Center". An eight-story building could. be constructed. Each religion. could be offered a, floor to use. The el ghth floorwould be set up as the recording studio and. COml1l011 lecture hall. The ~ower two steries oO!IJI.d be used as off ee and recepti ons.

10:(lO .. U,:OO AM"

Press conference j, n Shangari la Hot~l.

Indonesian LECDmnewspaper reporter asked: "Indonesia has gained iudependence for only 59 years, why is there so much religious contlict?"

The Master answered: "There is no correlation 'between unrest and ~he duration of Indep endence, Thereare many ol d clvilizations ln the worl.d.,.Many of these countri es tran SP] red di sorders i J'! '[heir I]] story" However, our s.ocru.et:y has never seen social unrest at our present ]evel The root of all coofflets derived from the 'faH of moral and V.~FtUQUS education, Everyone negl ected theteachi ng of sai nts and sages.'

Andal a, newspaper reporter asked:

"What is fhe purpose of Master Chin Kung' s visitto East Java?"

The Mas~er answered: "Buddhist is

a~way:s on the! receptive end of affairs .. We do not proactively seek anything, However. when there ]8 a. need [or helping hands, we would all do our best to accommodate.

The reporter asked: "Why basthe Master suggested uniting an human beings with rel igi ous edueatien?"

The M8ISOOl.r said [hat religious education is in fact. education cflove.Wben everyone holds love ~n his orher heart then there is no room. fOF .i.nlfi..l.cting harms an others, AU contlicts win be resolved naturally.

11:00 AM

Received The highest Award from the Depsrtment ofRetig]O'lJs Affair

Uponarriving Jakarta. from Suyahaya, the; Masterheaded immediately tothe Department of Reli.giou 5, Affair. Thi s award was given by the Director General of Buddhi sm and Hinduism Mr. I Wa:yan S u artaj aya, All key p ersonn el from the department attended t111 s ceremony, Director General praised the Master for his long-term dedication toward resolving conflicts. He found true solution. in the Master's teachings, MI.rn Wayan Suartaiaya was alsopresent at tile Honorary Dectorate Award at the Syarif Hidayatullah Islamic State University and he was deeply touched by that event Director Genera] said 'that thi is, hOlJJOr for the Master was not only [111 e ani ngful for the Mast er, bUI; it was a momentous honor t'Of an Buddhists. Ma:s~er Chin Kung's commitment to wOF.I.d. peace is the common wish of all peopleend this is why the special award ispresented to him today,

Master Chin Kungthankedihe director general and everyone who attended the event. He hoped that the ne xt time he comes

Mesoor Chi!l Ku ng and Mr, ~ Way.an. the Director General of Hinduism ~nd I31.JddhislTi, allhe Ministry of Relig iO!JsAffuiro

te Indonesia, he would have the chance to exchangeideas wit]'], professors from the university on the subject of peace education, The Master said that when the recording studio in the uni yersf.~yha56I11iishe,d construction, ~he: university weuld be able to select lecmrers and rel igiousteacherstc startregularteaching programs. Teachers can comment favceahly towards their own religions or teachings but no one should slander on 'the others", Once the recordings are, assessed by the government. 'it ,0011.1Id be played on the Satellite TV Of Internet, When~hlS, team 11,M developed further, Q, center could be formed. Later on" a. graduate school can be established, Jn fi ve years thne, perhspsf fiy teachers ean b etrai ned, and then amlu.Ul~faHh. college could be set up where every religion would have :ai, school w~th~n_ G]ve~n another five years, a. ~Multw-fa~tl1 Univetsity" 'woL£k~ be a reality, And IN]lat aQ achie ement it would be for

Indonesia! W',f!; havete be ~roa..dEnf.nd.ed and learn from eac h other, liopeflllily. the goverrnnenrcen alloea tre a TV channel that weul d. be ded icated to rel igicus program s promoung peace and m.omJhy.

The director of F ive Religious Affairs, Mr .. Abdufata, Legal Director, Chaieman of Chr~sdan faith andIndcnesien Chinese Party Chairman Me Shue Sbiong Lee spoke .wn '[urns. AU wish tn:art Master Chin. Kung would continue toassi st Indonesia I.m education and help it to achieve peace and prosperity,

Tuesday, 28dl,of Se(lltember mO:OOAM

Mas~~r Ch in Kung headed to Ven:~rable Hui Sh]ong's Da Chong Temple and paid respect to the Chinese Buddhist delegation leaders Venerabl.8 SUFI Hui and Director Kue Wet VenerabJJIe Sun Hut enquired. the

development of Pure Land Cou,e,me:. The Master replied fhat Pure Land College has been wortirng towards building a long distance education facrn~~ty. There are now more than eight: hundred people enrolled hI the nine-year learning program, The Master quoted] tbe Sultan of Yog,ya,kar~a. that h'rudoll,esian ~.slal11i.c faith C31n.e from Cb~.lil!.a.;, thus Ul{l[ie are minor difference from. Islam faith ~in theMiddle East. The MasteN comsnentedthat the famous Chinese ,exp,rnorer Cheng Ho had visited Indonesia dl'[ee times and. Cheng Hohirnsel f was 3. :£l1i.~i.llrftl.rn Muslim. Vel1l.elJ"ab1!e Hut Shi ong said dlIstWeste.rn scholars gavevesybigh regards

andrespect for Cherng Ho iu history because he had never impcsedthe will of Chinese government onthe numerous countries ubal! he had visited. With his twenty thousand tl"O 0]:1'8. he onl y bel ped all the newfoued f[~ends to prosperity.

After the short meeting, the M.a$.~er sent the dt'i~.egatioo. to th.e a~rm;'m] W~).'e>:m:e Oley wOI[I,rndhik.e a if! ight to Ma:~ay sia.Master Ch run Kung Mid. entourage returned to Singapore in ithe same ~fh~'l!'noO!n and traveledto HO~lg Kong two d.alYs, later to continue his lecture series run Flowe]' Ado[I1II.1lI1e!Jl~ Surra,

IJ1I tM Wo@lSt. Zi3n Templ'i!?l of Da Chong Moutain, Master met with the: Chinese, Buddhist. Association de~8g,arUon. Se~ond from 1,E!;n ns Director Ms .. W~i Kuo. tD the right of' Masler is Ven. Sun Hui. DnUlelefl side of Master i$lhe head of Da Oho:ng Moutailn \fen,. Hui Slhiong

Letter frem Prof. Dr,

V,en. Master Chin KUD.gtn H.~lE. Presidem Mega',"'.ad Soekarneputr! o'f Indonesia. 1 ,J uly 20104

n was my honor to h.aJ,VEl; met 'you at the Commemoration Cel,'{l;JU.("I:1JJY en the BUl May, 2004. I believe that Indonesia, Is fortunate to. have sucli an understanding and wi se 1 eader, an d _[ envi sage the future stability and prosperity of'Indonesia,

Indonesia, with a population of over tWIQ hundred and twenty nrill ion. 'Of which eighty-six percent are Muslimg~is the largest Islamic countryin the world. The majority of your people follow the holy teaching of Allah and. also believe ][1 the ~aw of cause and effect I have vi sited Indonesia 'three: times ]111 the past and. had the pleasure ofl,nee1tim"lg various friendly religious [eaders and citi zens from al ~ wal ks of H fe, Being a Buddhist monk of Chluese descent, ill even. hadthe honor of beinginvited ~y the Department of .ReUglOlJJS Affairs to give a. speech at the welcoming dinner for the International Islamic Scholar Conference.J foundIndonesi fl. to be very we] com i. ngand tolerant of different cultures and religions, and I feel Indonesia is indeed a countryfull ofhcpe and bright future. In ~11y opinicn, so long as the national Ieaders continue to follow the sacred teachings, of Allah to. unite all religions and ethnic groups, the miSS](H1 of leading this CO'~DUy towards peace and. pro spe ri ty woul d def ni tel y be accompl i. shed ..

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to Indonesia, I had conversations with Mini sters of variou s Departments and found. Hurt theyall shared the view that poor economy and social instability are the most severe probl ems in Indonesia ~oclay.Bevdopme.nil:. of the economy relies om soda] stability .. Socis .. l instability stems from conflicts between pol ltical parties, factions, and different n~;]'ig~ous and ethnic groups. These confli cts are the result of misunderstandings. Lack of understanding aud believing in each other turnedthe intri nslcally kind nature of humans ill11o. unkindness and. cause unfortunate act] ODS.

The ancient Chinese emphasized. the importance ofa word "Tong", which means open or flowuncbstructed. To govern a Ha!Holl wen. isla have smeothly functioning government and harmenious people .. Wben am members of nne family have no secrets from and always keep open and honest atti tu des towards eachoth e r~ thi s fam Hy attains harmony and ]I prospers. So isit with a n1.at]ol1l .. Lack of openness and. sincere (;01.11111 uni Calli on between peopl e results i m ml sunderstanding and. confrontations ... If

all Indoneslan people upholdthe qualities of si ne erity, purity, equ al ity > proper understanding and. compassi on" as wen as. constantly think of b eneHtwng other people, benefiting the natEon.::Iud followthe holy teachings of Allah, social stability~harmol1Jy and prosperiry would be realized and Indonesi a would become a, heaven on earth.

His In ost i m portant to carryon the spirit of the Koran and. all other hol y teachings of saints and sages. The methods of teaching: should. ineluds giving comp a S s,i onatel y and sh ariu g re SOM fees, speaking kind words, helping others and workingtogether with (':0111111]011 g.oals.When good relationships between peopleare established. conflicts diminssh, and social stabili ty and worl d peace can be achieved,

The anclent Chinese also said, in order ~C) succeed, being given a good chance from heaven along is not as beneficial as being placed ,aJ:t a, good loeation, Being placed at a gcedloeation along isnot as crucial as bel ng with harmoni ous people. 1'0 have harmonious people is the most ]]l1[)OE'UUl.t issue run Indonesia" as wen .®I.S theworld, tOday. Inthi 5 democratic aga Jeaders need to assume the roles of saints and. sages to govern with wisdom, ccrnpassien and couHlge, They should take the initiativeto visit leaders of different political parties (especially those of the opposite parries), factions and different lIie]igious!.tnd ethnic groups so as to combine different ideas, 'to clarify misunderstandinga to resolve confrontatioas and to achieve unity,

Indonesia is a nation (If many islands.

It would be most beneficial for the President to have an annual vi sit to dJ fferent parts of the country to improve communication and gain a first hand insight into the different needs ofth,€; peopl e.

It would also be a good idea. to have a "DInner of Harmony' at least once a. year on one of the big national holidays, with representatives of all political parties factions, religions, ethnic groups. The goa] ]8 to enbauce understanding and unite all people,

Another sugges.tion may be to encourage leaders of different political parties, factions, religions and ethnic groups no nave] rub road. toget her ,1lS d. el eg,flId.o n s. By doing so, the delegatlons 'Would have a chance to stay togetherTearn from each other'a.nd deepen understanding among them. It would effectively resolve misunderstanding aud promote future ceoperati on.

Educaticn i sthe foundation of a country, Education In theareas of 1110raHty and virtue would secure long-term. stabiJhy of the country, Religious teaching is the mostimportant form of such education, It would be highly recom mended that a Uldvemhy ()f R.eHgiollsbe established with file aim of previding training to religious teachers, \\lith. properly trained teachers, it would then be posslble tcprovide good edueati on to .a!11 people,

Uril ]zi ng In odern hi-tech tool s, long di stance moral education can reach everyone and everywhere U everyone starts tnlearn and awakes to the teaching of saints and sages, appreeiation of equality and mutual respect for all people would prevail.Everyone is as importantas anetber; Every religion is as great as; another and every me e isas good as another, .AU are equal Everyone should sincerely respect each other andlove each other, Vlhh such S,] nceri ty, un self shl eve and respect. sod ety w eul d. be more harm 0 ['Ii, ou s an d

stable employment would be increased, foreign investment would multiply and the economy wouldthrive. If this C:OlW]d be achieved, Indonesia would be harmonious and become the best model country from wh ich fI]] other countries sboul d 1 earn. Ifall coumries succeed in this, world peace could be achieved, T~lUS. viiidl oneheart and one mind, people, regardless of positions, unite, Society will be stable and peaceful The country win prosp,er and its people win be ha:p:py and content.Tf ail the countries 01] earth! could do the same, our world would be stabl'e: and at: peace .

.ID ac.knowledge that I am in no position '~O' comment onall the: above mentioned. In writing to you,m am. simply providing Iny humble opinions and manifest my complete si ncerity in the hope that it may be of some value to you and yoar country. My wishis that Allah will blese Indonesia and all its people .flnrl. guide youtowards peace and prosperhy .

Si ncerely Yours" Chill Kung Honcrary Professor

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Buddhism is a. multicultural and virtuous t'(~Nlchlngs directed by the Buddha :lowara.s aU sentie,l;1:t beings in the who!« .un,iv~'tse. It €!xplaJfls tne t€!.a.fity ()f uie and :a~e universe, [ha.t bo:th sentienr beings and ,tea.chlngs are ,equal,. and that vhtuous abUities and wisdoma.re actually within OUf true seli-neusr«. Buddhism teacnes U5 tl'O'W we should harbour a b'f(J'iHl mind with the 'Q'ualities of.sinc,erity, purity" eq'!:JalHy .. proper u.I1de',rs[2Inding and compasston, ,1,rI ,mind and .spirltand gen,fl1g along wi,dl aU coodhiom. And then 'we' sru)uldset good ex.a,mpJe.s: tor otner.s to toiiow. Th.r.(Jtsgh these w,()fds, W'€' S(:N'~ tile Buddha as .aI. compassionate ffwiOcutturaJ social edm:ato,rl worthy of €'mu,tati,on.

Understanding the Concept of IIOne Living E,ntily" A Mu~tlculltural World .. Path to Perman,ent StabiUty and Pea,elf!

We hope that al I the cUffenmt races .3Hl,cl rei lglons can treat one another equal Iy and live in harmony, and that we hold the same. ideals and understanding,

1" All: the ancient saints and sages are positive that a man's self-nature Is good.

2" AJJ: ~ivirlg beings have Buddha nature,

3. AI ~ th ings have Dharma nature.

4. We axe posUi:ve that our true self-nature can seel hear, feel and 'tS, all~know~ng. S.We are positive that our true self-nature Js pure, perfedIy good,

compass ionate r and grateful.

,6. ,AJ I belngs orng]na~ll:y were able to I lve in harmony, endtreated each other equally.

7,. AU beings origina~l:y tolleratecl one another, and w~re able to lovaand resp ect 01:1 e aneth er.

8. AU bel ngs original~y trusted each cfher with true sincerity; and showed COIl~ cern for one another.

'9.. AU beings orlglnallv took care of one another! and eo-operated wlth one another ..

110. Our mind gh~e rise to the whole universe, our body friUs 'evetrywhere transcending space and t~ me.

111. Do what virtue and morality call for you to do, holding sitncewity iWl your mind and do away wlth ali evil,

'12, Learn to be a teacher for aU and act as a model t'm the worldto follow.

All the sentient beings, including Buddhas, and people, havethe same selfnature, and therefore have the capacltvtc be all knowing; have the same dharma body', and therefore have the potenttal to achieve the same pelrfect:~y virtuous appearance,

The only difference between Buddhas and us is that we are deluded 'Wh~le Buddhas are! en lighte,ned. Due to diff'erent degrees or delusion, our phvsica ~ appearances are now different. We are but one entiWi eachwith different names. That is the reason why al;~ people of the world should love one-another wHhout any dlfferentlation. W'e areall part of "One l.ivlng Erltity". To people who are older than we are, we should be respecnul and caring just the way we are respectful and caring to our own parents a. Those younger than we are, we should love and protect lust the way we IOlve and protect our own chl:lldren.We learn, by using sincerity, purity and equality, to' practice love and care for 'everyone.

We must start by practlclng it Oil11 ourselves. First we need to resolve our l:nner ~neq~aHtY, confrontations and conflicts towards. everybody and everythi.ng .. Once our own body and mind arein peace, that 15 how we carl brlng peace [0 our famllles, our neighbours, and our town. We can help the town we live in rum Into a mutually respectful, loving and peaceful community. Only then cain we! lext:e'ncl this change' to the' who~e world. Thus, fithe world as one famHyn can be, realized. I sincerely hope that people of vision and virtue, can .~,ead OlH society and jointly promote' this profoundly meaningful soclal educational work.

Ch in KlUlg Christmas 2003

Sincerity.Purity, Equality, Properunderstanding, Compassion,

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Be liberated, In accordwith condition, Ch_BDt Amitabha Buddha's name,

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Be 'Qlr,ateful to those wllrHl 111 a v ,e' m"ad1eyou stumble, for they have strengthened your abihty.

Be gr.atefuII to those who have abandoned you, for they have taught you to be independent.

8 e gllfSt'9'full to those who have hit you l' for they have reduced YOU,1' karnuc {lobs tacles.

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Be, g ratsful to those whit) have hurt ,eU" hartned ycu, for they ha ve rei nforced your determination.

Be gratefalto these who have made yOD Fi,:r. &; Resolute

Amd hlelped ill you.r achievement,