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Tune in Korea: Geography and Society Teacher Resource and Video

The rich history and culture of Korea, as well as its critical ties to our own nation, provide compelling reasons for including Korea in educational frameworks. Tune in Korea: Geography and Society is a solid resource for grades 6–9, laying the foundation for exploration of this culture, its history, and its place in contemporary society....

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Robert A. F. Thurman on Buddhism

PRODUCED BY SHELDON ROCHLIN MYSTIC FIRE VIDEO AND TIBET HOUSE, NEW YORK P. O. BOX 422 NEW YORK, NY 10012 PHONE: 212-941-0999, FAX: 212-941-1443 COLOR. 1999 A THREE-PART VIDEO SERIES TOTALING FOUR HOURS Robert A. F. Thurman, a professor of Indo-Tibetan studies at Columbia University, is best known for his translation of The Tibetan Book of the Dead, as well as for authoring Inner Revolution, Circling the Sacred Mountain, and Essential Tibetan Buddhism. The videos are broken into sev...

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