received information (with the typos) is as follows:
World Buddhist Forum this month :
Programme : WBU BUDDHIST SUNDAY FORUM
Topic : “Mindfulness and Wisdom : Dhamma for Enlightenment”
Date & Time : October 9th, 2554 (2011) 12:00 – 13.30 : P.M.
Speaker : Dr. Sman Ngamsnit
About the Speaker :
Associate Professor Dr. Sman Ngamsnit
Former TV program host, Report from the U.S., a television
Series produced in theU.S.A.and sent to air on Channel 9 inThailandfor 10 years
Former Member of Parliament (MP),UbonratchataniProvince.
Former Dean,School ofCommunication Arts,
Sukhothaitammatirat Open University (STOU)
Fulbright Scholar-In-Residence,School of Film,Ohio University,
Former Producer and Host of Radio Program, Dhamma from the songs and Dhamma Discourse, 107 F.M. Radio for 5 years.
At Present, Lecturer and thesis Advisor G raduateSchool,
Master and Doctoral Level in the fields of Public Administration and Dhamma Communication,MahachulalongkornRajavidhyaklayaUniversity.
Pali 4th grade, Wat Mahatat,Bangkok.
M.A. (Communication Arts),LoyolaUniversity,Los Angeles,California,U.S.A.
Ph.D. (Public Administration), NationalInstituteofDevelopmentAdministration
About the Topic :
Topic to be presented :
Mindfulness and Wisdom : Dhamma for Enlightenment
The topic will include the meaning, importance and benefits of Mindfulness, basic
Method for mindfulness development, mindfulness in Satipattan, in Tisikkha and in Noble Eightfold path, the path to enlightenment.
For more information, please call 02-258-0369-73 Fax : 02-258-0372.
www.worldbuddhistuniversity.com E-mail : email@example.com or Sriubol85@hotmail.com
Note : After Buddhist Forum, Time 14.00 – 16.30 Dynamic Meditation will be started by Bhikkhu Charles Nirodho.
After Buddhist forum , Time 14.00 – 16.30 Dynamic Meditation will be started by Achan Anchalee Thaiyanond
rd floor, WFB Headquarters Bldg., in Benjasiri Park, Sukhumvit 24, Bangkok. All are welcome to join the programme free of charge. For more information, please [try] call 02-258-0369 to -0373, fax 02-258-0372, or see http://www.worldbuddhistuniversity.com
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