5. Lady Gaga, because China is mad she was hanging out with the Dalai Lama. "Hope is essential to keep the world going." - His Holiness the Dalai Lama #withcompassion #usmc2016 #kindyouth A photo posted by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on Jun...Show More Summary
Some years ago while participating in a campaign to raise funds for homeless people around the world, the Dalai Lama said, “On some level, I am also homeless.” He was most likely referring to the fact that he is exiled from his home, but the statement can be taken another way because on some level, …
Inspired by the Dalai Lama, Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait created the "City of Kindness" initiative. The goal is as simple as the initiative's title: people should be kind to each other, because, as Mayor Tait asks: "Who wouldn't want to live...Show More Summary
HHDL enjoying a piece of cake with local religious leaders during celebrations honoring his 81st birthday at Drepung Monastery in Mundgod, Karnataka, India on July 6, 2016. Photo by Tenzin Choejor #dalailama A photo posted by Dalai Lama...Show More Summary
Today is July 6, the 81st birthday of the present Dalai Lama. Tibet as recently as the 1950s had a quasi-feudal social system, with hereditary “treba” (“taxpayer”) families responsible for owning land and paying taxes, with lighter tax...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga recently had the opportunity to interview the Dalai Lama while he visited the United States this week. US Weekly relays that the pop star chatted with the Tibetan leader in a nearly 20-minute broadcast that happened live on Facebook. Show More Summary
It's pretty common knowledge at this point that the Chinese government spends a great deal of time and effort attempting to censor the internet at its own whim. And, while the walls of censorship erected are penetrable with enough effort,...Show More Summary
China has banned Lady Gaga. The pop star met with the Dalai Lama to discuss “the power of kindness and how to make the world a more compassionate place” Sunday before a conference in Indianapolis, posting a 19-minute video of their encounter on Facebook. As a result, per The Guardian, the Communist party’s propaganda department […]
For the second time in her career, singer Lady Gaga has been banned from China — this time for meeting with the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader who has been exiled from the Communist country since 1959. The 30-year-old popShow More Summary
Lady Gaga had what could be considered the chance of a lifetime as she was granted the opportunity to interview the Dalai Lama. Sunday she sat down with the world renowned wise man to discuss compassion, and how best to meet the needs of a world in pain. Show More Summary
The barrage of angry and critical comments came after the singer posted photos of herself with the Dalai Lama.
Rah rah ah-ah-ah! Ro mah, ro-mah-mah! Gaga ooh-la-la — you're banned from China. After The Hollywood Reporter told tale of Chinese fans speculating that Lady Gaga was to be blacklisted from performing in China in the aftermath of her Facebook Live interview with the Dalai Lama on Sunday, The Guardian is now ... More »
"Poker Face" singer's music has been exiled, just like the Tibetan spiritual leader.
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What does the Dalai Lama keep in his small red bag? My favorite story about the Dalai Lama was from an article in The Globe and Mail in 2002. The Dalai Lama travels the world frequently, teaching people about Buddhism and the plight of the Tibetan people. Show More Summary
Last Sunday, pop icon Lady Gaga sat down with the Dalai Lama, and she’s landed in China’s hot seat because of it. Or, rather, she’s been forbidden from sitting in any of China’s seats, hot or otherwise, because yesterday morning the artist and her entire repertoire were banned from mainland China. For what it’s worth, the meeting between the two […]
You won't be hearing, or likely seeing, Lady Gaga in China anytime soon. After the singer met with the Dalai Lama on Sunday to talk meditation and mental health, the Communist Party's propaganda department ordered her songs banned in China, while state-controlled media were ordered to condemn the meeting, reports...
Lady Gaga is banned in China after meeting with the 14th Dalai Lama Sunday before the United States Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis, Indiana, reported CNET. The meeting prompted Chinese officials from the communist party’s propaganda department to issue a ban on Lady Gaga in China, blocking the singer’s entire body of work from access... Show More Summary
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