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Matthew Wells is a member of Amnesty International’s Crisis Response team specializing in human rights violations, and has spent years investigating the ongoing atrocities by the Tatmadaw. One of the patterns that has come up repeatedly in their grou... more
Growing up in the Bay Area, raised by parents who followed the Vietnamese meditation master Thich Nhat Hanh, Derek Pyle was no stranger to Buddhist theory and practice. While some Western practitioners separate their formal meditation practice from t... more
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One of the producer’s many enterprises designed to make money from Myanmar Buddhism…
What a thought-provoking interview with Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi. No easy answers but i hope than in-country Burmese Buddhists both monks and lay-persons who have the opportunity to hear him or read a translation will benefit from his observations and carefully thought out responses. I also commend the host for keeping the questions based on Burmese citizens’ real need for answers and not simply an intellectual exercise. Thank you for bringing in the Rohingya persecution. I was encouraged to hear that... more
Particularly Episode 31 the storyteller is all over the place. It seems his story starts in the middle. Doesn’t set context or provide details that lead up to what happened. Even when guided to do so is unwilling. He rambles and has difficulty getting to the story he is trying to tell. He sounds attached to rambling peripheral details.
Particularly the Alan Clements episode.. Felt very overstated..
Much appreciated in depth and sensitive examination of the intersecting between dharma, racism, and social justice. Just starting to dig into other episodes.
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Insight Myanmar launched 3 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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