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  • This collective dimension of protectors is most relevant to the present conflict between Shuk-den and Ne-chung, which is quite obviously a reflection of the conflict between two groups, the conservative Ge-luk-bas, who resent the Dalai Lama's reliance on the Nying-ma tradition, and the g ‚ groups who accept or support the Dalai Lama's eclectic approach.

    The Shugden Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

  • Ne-chung, which is quite obviously a reflection of the conflict between two groups, the conservative Ge-luk-bas, who resent the Dalai Lama's reliance on the Nying-ma tradition, and the g ‚ groups who accept or support the Dalai Lama's eclectic approach.

    The Shuk-den Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

  • Ne-chung, which is quite obviously a reflection of the conflict between two groups, the conservative Ge-luk-bas, who resent the Dalai Lama's reliance on the Nying-ma tradition, and the g ‚ groups who accept or support the Dalai Lama's eclectic approach.

    The Shuk-den Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

  • This collective dimension of protectors is most relevant to the present conflict between Shuk-den and Ne-chung, which is quite obviously a reflection of the conflict between two groups, the conservative Ge-luk-bas, who resent the Dalai Lama's reliance on the Nying-ma tradition, and the g ‚ groups who accept or support the Dalai Lama's eclectic approach.

    The Shugden Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

  • Later we sampled the fruits of their labour - the Himalayan equivalent of moonshine, a cloudy, highly alcoholic brew our porters and guides called chung.

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  • Personally, whenever it was offered, I chose the other alternative which is also always offered -- "chung," or the native beer, made from barley, and really quite a refreshing drink.

    The Mount Everest Expedition

  • Not to say the Documents and Settings is gone, it is simply inaccessible, giving a resounding 'chung' when one tries to expand it.

    Lockergnome

  • It was very nice to use, looked absolutely slick, and not once did it give me a 'chung' when I tried to open a folder, such as Windows 7 does on my test machine.

    Lockergnome

  • I mentioned the names of a few who had passed away since: Utsatsang Buchi of Derge, who shared the same root (tsawae) lama, Jamyang Khyentse Rimpoche, as myself, and Tashi chung-chung (Sandy) of Shotalhosum (but Lhasa born) who was the smallest yet toughest Khampa I had ever met, and my roommate at Mustang.

    Jamyang Norbu: Remembering Tibet's Freedom Fighters

  • I mentioned the names of a few who had passed away since: Utsatsang Buchi of Derge, who shared the same root (tsawae) lama, Jamyang Khyentse Rimpoche, as myself, and Tashi chung-chung (Sandy) of Shotalhosum (but Lhasa born) who was the smallest yet toughest Khampa I had ever met, and my roommate at Mustang.

    Jamyang Norbu: Remembering Tibet's Freedom Fighters

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