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August 1, 1997 | MARK GLADSTONE and MARC LACEY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The "supreme master" of a Taiwan-based Buddhist sect urged her followers to donate to President Clinton's legal defense fund during a 1996 gathering, and one by one they came forward to give as much as $1,000 apiece, the sect's New York leader told congressional investigators Thursday.
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August 1, 1997 | MARK GLADSTONE and MARC LACEY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The "supreme master" of a Taiwan-based Buddhist sect urged her followers to donate to President Clinton's legal defense fund during a 1996 gathering, and one by one they came forward to give as much as $1,000 apiece, the sect's New York leader told congressional investigators Thursday.
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December 20, 1996 | PETER Y. HONG and K. CONNIE KANG, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
She looks like a combination of Imelda Marcos and silent film vamp Theda Bara, has tens of thousands of disciples worldwide--including many in Southern California--and raises money through her own clothing, jewelry and dinnerware lines as well as a global string of vegetarian restaurants. Supreme Master Ching Hai, leader of a Buddhist-inspired movement that made massive contributions to President Clinton's legal defense fund, gives new meaning to the term special interest.
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December 20, 1996 | PETER Y. HONG and K. CONNIE KANG, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
She looks like a combination of Imelda Marcos and silent film vamp Theda Bara, has tens of thousands of disciples worldwide--including many in Southern California--and raises money through her own clothing, jewelry and dinnerware lines as well as a global string of vegetarian restaurants. Supreme Master Ching Hai, leader of a Buddhist-inspired movement that made massive contributions to President Clinton's legal defense fund, gives new meaning to the term special interest.
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January 19, 1999
Debbie Reynolds and John Moschitta, former "fastest talker" record holder, hosted the Suma Ching Hai International Assn.'s "One World . . . of Peace Through Music" benefit concert Dec. 18.
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