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Reading Room Upgrade & 84000’s New Tech Lead

Meet 84000’s new Tech Lead, Dominic Latham, and learn about the latest changes to the 84000 Reading Room.
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Planting a Seed for the “Impossible”

Ding Nai-chu shares her story of a humbling experience in a small Himalayan village and how it relates to her involvement with 84000.
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Interview with Sūtra Sponsor Lynda Chang

Meet Lynda Chang, who has sponsored the full-length translation of the “The Collected Teachings on the Bodhisattva.”
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A Message from Our Founder

Rinpoche gives thanks to “all those supporters who consciously decided not to have that extra cup of coffee, and instead saved their money to translate half a page of Sutra.”
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The Power of More

A group of Malaysian Buddhists have been contributing funds every year. Over six years, a total of 418 people have made donations, raising enough to sponsor 86 pages to date.
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An Interview with Founding Sponsor Ding Nai-Chu

Ms. Ding Nai-Chu, one of the 108 Founding Sponsors, shares how she came to know about 84000 and why she supports its cause.
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Translators as the “Eyes of the Universe”

Venerable Tulku Yeshi Gyatso Rinpoche shares his experience and thoughts on working with 84000 to translate sutras.
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Meet A Donor: A Euro A Day

84000 donor Audouin shares how donating a Euro a day from his tips has added up to almost two pages. Thank you Audouin!
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Thank You Sponsors

A big THANK YOU to our founding sponsors and sūtra sponsors for your generous support.
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Inspiration from a Translator

Dr. Geshe Lozang Jamspal shares his thoughts on the translation process, his inspiration, and the importance of translating.
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