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LOOK: Buddhists in Thailand flock to temples

/ 02:27 PM July 06, 2020

BANGKOK — Buddhists thronged temples to listen to teachings on dharma and pray yesterday evening (July 5) on the occasion of Asalha Bucha Day (Dhamma Day).

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