Southeast Asia Seminar Series presents a lecture on Buddhism in Cambodia: ANNE HANSEN (Dept. Languages & Cultures of Asia Center For Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison) PAINTING ETHICS: DEATH, LOVE AND MORAL VISION IN KHMER MAHAPARINIBBANA Friday, November 8th, 2013 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM LA 200, Larkin Building 15 Devonshire Place Register Online... Read more »
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Sacred Centre Dance presents: SAMSARA McPherson Playhouse September 7 at 8:00PM *Tickets are $23.00 Inspired by choreographer Nath Keo’s year as a Buddhist monk in Cambodia, this unique choreography explores the cycles of birth, love, sickness, suffering, death and re-birth as understood through Buddhism. In his most personal work to date, Nath Keo showcases a... Read more »
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Before there was Angkor Wat, there was Mahendraparvata, King Jayavarman the Second’s capital city, which flourished more than 1200 years ago. It was as big as the current capital, Phnom Penh and very sophisticated. However, like many ancient cities, it fell into obscurity and remained merely as a fable of inscriptions and histories. Now, the... Read more »
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