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November 24, 1990 | From Times wire services
How do you have a Billy Graham Crusade without Billy Graham? Use modern technology to simulcast his message to far-flung places throughout Asia while the famed evangelist preaches to overflow crowds in Hong Kong. This was the strategy that was used successfully by the Graham association and thousands of churches to spread Graham's Hong Kong crusade throughout Asia. From Nov.
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May 19, 1992
The Pacific Rim embraces diverse faiths. But three of the indigenous ones share values such as self-discipline, self-denial and harmony with others and with nature. These values influence Asians' approach to work, family and politics. Buddhism Beliefs: Right thinking and self denial will enable the soul to reach Nirvana, a divine state of release from misdirected desire.
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May 19, 1992
The Pacific Rim embraces diverse faiths. But three of the indigenous ones share values such as self-discipline, self-denial and harmony with others and with nature. These values influence Asians' approach to work, family and politics. Buddhism Beliefs: Right thinking and self denial will enable the soul to reach Nirvana, a divine state of release from misdirected desire.
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November 24, 1990 | From Times wire services
How do you have a Billy Graham Crusade without Billy Graham? Use modern technology to simulcast his message to far-flung places throughout Asia while the famed evangelist preaches to overflow crowds in Hong Kong. This was the strategy that was used successfully by the Graham association and thousands of churches to spread Graham's Hong Kong crusade throughout Asia. From Nov.
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October 16, 1989 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Paul II, the missionary Pope, ended another year of one of history's most extraordinary papacies here Sunday, inveighing with his trademark Crusaders' zeal against moral decay. In a papal message that ricocheted from poor cane-cutters' shacks to shining beaches strewn with topless European tourists, John Paul scored X-rated videocassettes, seductive materialism and what he denounced as the "blasphemy" of racism.
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November 2, 1993
"The Influentials were widely dispersed in selecting which country, if any, represents the greatest danger to the United States...When viewed regionally a clearer pattern emerges: nations in the Mideast were cited most often as the greatest danger." Q. In your opinion, what country in the world, if any, represents the greatest danger to the United States?
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November 17, 2002 | Arthur Frommer, Special to The Times
I shall be leaving shortly on a trip to China, and a pile of guidebooks, brochures and e-mails from friends stands 2 feet high on my bedside table. For Americans, travel to Asia takes more than the usual preparations, and even with all my previous trips to the Far East, I'm still nervous about overlooking some important advance task.
BUSINESS
May 16, 2006 | Evelyn Iritani, Times Staff Writer
Ditmar Gorges thought selling his water-free urinals in China would be a no-brainer, given that country's water and sewage problems. But he soon discovered it wasn't easy hawking his product to customers who recalled the "water-free" toilets of their youth: a smelly hole in the ground. It took months of lobbying before Los Angeles-based Falcon Waterfree Technologies installed its first urinal in the Ministry of Science and Technology's new headquarters in Beijing, a conservation showplace.
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October 16, 1989 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Paul II, the missionary Pope, ended another year of one of history's most extraordinary papacies here Sunday, inveighing with his trademark Crusaders' zeal against moral decay. In a papal message that ricocheted from poor cane-cutters' shacks to shining beaches strewn with topless European tourists, John Paul scored X-rated videocassettes, seductive materialism and what he denounced as the "blasphemy" of racism.
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