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Thanks. Looks interesting.
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i'm a vietnamese, i live in hanoi
in hanoi, it seems like there are are 2 main theravada groups
they participated in the same places but thay have sub groups or somethings
1 the people practice under vien minh bikhhu http://www.trungtamhotong.org/
2 the people who go to burma
some follow u tejaniya
there are no theravada monks in hanoi
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Would you recommend people living in non-buddhist countries that they visit Vietnam to help better understand Buddhist traditions?
“Both formerly & now, it is only stress that I describe, and the cessation of stress.” — SN 22:86
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Theravada exists in South VN from monks going to Thailand and Shrilanka. Most of VN is Mahayana from under the influence of China.
You can see this documentary clip - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjvGopI52_M
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