Monks Thich Nhat Tu

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Thich Nhat Tu

Living place: Ho Chi Minh

Birthday: 1-4-1969 (53 years old)

Population of Vietnam 1969: 41,77 millions

Global rank: #332

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Who is Monks Thich Nhat Tu?
Thich Nhat Tu is an ordained monk at Giac Ngo Pagoda, he has also been the abbot of the Giac Ngo Pagoda since 1992. Monk Thich Nhat Tu is better known to the public through his poetic works. He is also a classic translator, psychological consultant, speaker and social activist. Currently, Venerable Thich Nhat Tu is the abbot at Giac Ngo Pagoda (HCMC and Vinh Long), Vo Uu Pagoda (Thu Duc District), Tuong Son Pagoda (Ha Tinh), Linh Ung Pagoda (Ha Trung District, Thanh Hoa Province) . He is also the founder of "Today's Buddhist Annunciation Association", "Today's Buddhist Charity Association" and the Chairman of the Vietnamese Great Canon.
December 2010, Venerable Thich Nhat Tu officially was ordained by the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha to the rank of High Priest three years earlier than the provisions of the Charter of the Buddhist Church of Vietnam (45 years old, 25 years old).
Achievements :
  • In 1987, was the 12th grade valedictorian, Tran Khai Nguyen High School
  • In 1991, ranked third in the whole school (Tang and Nu) City Buddhist High School. Ho Chi Minh City
  • In 1992, the valedictorian enrolled the Bachelor of Buddhism for the third course, the Vietnam Advanced School of Buddhist Studies (now the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City)
  • In 1993-1994, he was the valedictorian of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd semesters of the Bachelor of Buddhist Studies, Course III, Vietnam Advanced School of Buddhist Studies Studied at Hindu College of Delhi University, India
  • In 2007, "Diploma of Merit" by the President of the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha for the term 2002-2007
  • In 2008, Prime Minister's "Certificate of Merit" Nguyen Tan Dung
  • In 2008, "Degree of Merit" of the Chairman of the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha /li>
  • In 2009, Record: "Editing the Most Visited Buddhist Web Site Today"
  • In 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012: "Degree of Merit" by Truong The Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha of Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City for the Dharma propaganda activity
  • In 2010, "Honorary Doctorate in Religious Studies" from Mahamakut University, Thailand
  • In 2012, "Congratulations of Public Merit" Virtue" of the Chairman of the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha for the term 2007-2012 Ho Chi Minh City for the 2007-2012 term
  • In 2013, "Dedication to Commendation of Merit" by the Head of the Executive Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha of Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City
  • In 2013, Record: "The person who edited and published the most Buddhist books"
  • In 2014, "Bachelor of Merit" by the Director of the Research Institute Vietnamese Buddhist Studies
  • Year 2014: "Dedication for Commendation of Merit" of the President of the Executive Council of Vietnam Buddhist Sangha 2014.
  • Year 2015: "Degree of Commendation of Merit" of the Institute. Head of Vietnam Institute of Buddhist Studies "Saddhammajotikadhaja" of the Government of Myanmar, March 4, 2015.
  • 2015, "The World Buddhist Outstanding Leader Award" by Germany Most Venerable Somdet Phramaha Ratchmangkhlachan, Acting Monk King of Thailand, Chairman of the Council of Monks and Kings of Thailand, March 5, 2015.
  • 2016, "Honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy" from the school Mahachulalongkorn University, Thailand
Published works:
1. The World of Ultimate Bliss. Saigon: Saigon Cultural Publishing House, 2010, p. 142.
2. Where does death go? Saigon: Saigon Cultural Publishing House, 2010, p. 126.
3. Handbook for writing theses, dissertations & theses. Saigon: Publisher TP. Ho Chi Minh. 2003, p. 200.
4. Learn the forty-two chapters of the Sutra. Saigon: Times Publishing House, 2010, p. 499.
5. The sky is leisurely. Saigon: Orient Publishing House. 2010, p. 87.
6. Emotional transformation. Saigon: Times Publishing House. 2010, p. 112.
7. Understand love and custom. Saigon: Times Publishing House, 2010, p. 174.
8. Global financial crisis through Buddhist perspective. Saigon: Publisher Hai Phong, 2009, p. 152.
9. No enemies. Saigon: Times Publishing House, 2010, p. 121.
10. Transforming anger. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2010, p. 180.
11. Facing death. Saigon: Times Publishing House, 2010, p. 169.
12. Turning is the shore. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2010, p. 202.
13. Happiness in everyday life. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2010, p. en + 194.
14. The road to happiness. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2010, p. 168.
15. Happiness within reach. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2010, p. 149.
16. Sandals: Philosophy of marital happiness. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2010, p. 178.
17. Buddhism and the times. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2011, p. 171.
18. Happy old age. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2011, p. 130.
19. Live happy and healthy. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2012, p. 124.
20.10 thoughts. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 128.
21.14 what Buddha taught. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 117.
22. The path of transformation: Applying the Eightfold Path in life. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 208.
23. Eight things of enlightenment: Application of the Eight Great Human Enlightenment Sutras in life. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 194.
24. Intellectual quintessence: Application of the Heart Sutra in life. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 266.
25. Let the wind blow it away: The songs foster altruism. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 94.
26. Don't for the sake of money, forget love. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 106.
27. An Quang Pagoda: Landmarks and Historical Relics. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2012, p. 60.
28. 100 house ethics and the ritual of taking refuge in the Three Jewels. Saigon: Orient Publishing House, 2012, p. 84.
29. Social and spiritual family: Application of Thien Sanh Sutra in life. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2012, p. 172.
30. 423 golden words of Buddha (Dharma Sutra). Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2013, p. 144.
31. Handbook of mindfulness practice and encouragement. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2013, p. 174.
32. Mindfulness in every gesture: Application of the daily Bhikkhuni application in life. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2013, p. 238.
33. The word filial piety in Buddhism. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2013, p. 96.
34. Transformation of six sense karma. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2013, p. 196.
35. Philosophical dialogue between the king and the monk: Application of the Na-tien Sutra in life. Saigon: Thoi Dai Publishing House, 2013, p. 236.
36. Superstitious faith. Saigon: Thoi Dai Publishing House, 2013, p. 258.
37. The Art of Behavior: Applying the Sage Sutra in management and communication. Saigon: Thoi Dai Publishing House, 2013, p. 326.
39. Handbook of youth activities. Saigon: Hong Duc Publishing House, 2013.
40. Criticism of "The Chronicles of Pilgrimage to Buddha Land by Phan Thiet" (CA: Giao Diem, 2000)
41. Hue Quang Buddhist Dictionary (editor secretary, 1991-1994)
42. Journal of Buddhist Thought (editor, Saigon: Temple of Enlightenment, 1991).
43. Poetry book "Upstream of the World" (Saigon: Temple of Enlightenment, 2002)
44. Poetry book "Stuff for life" (Saigon: Giac Ngo Pagoda, 2002)
45. Poetry book "Step by step" (Saigon: Giac Ngo Pagoda, 2003)
46.. Poetry book "One realm goes back" (Saigon: Temple of Enlightenment, 2003)
 
 

Young / Before famous

He has been abbot at the Enlightenment Temple since 1992. Then, Thich Nhat Tu studied abroad in India in 1994 and graduated with a doctorate in philosophy in 2001.
He graduated with a bachelor's degree in English (Ho Chi Minh City University of Education, 1994; a Master of Philosophy (Delhi University, 1997) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Allahabad University, 2001).
Since 2006, he has been the Dean of the Faculty of Buddhist Philosophy, Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City, Vice President, Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City. HCM. Member of the Editorial Board of the Vietnamese Tripitaka, Director of the Buddhist Association of Today).
Most Venerable Thich Nhat Tu used to teach the subjects of Hoang Phap Studies, Philosophy, and Buddhism, Senior Lecturer class at Vietnam Buddhist Academy, Buddhist schools in Ho Chi Minh City, Ba Ria Vung Tau, Can Tho.

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When was Monks Thich Nhat Tu born?
Thich Nhat Tu birthday 1-4-1969 (at the age of 53).
Where is Monks Thich Nhat Tu's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Thich Nhat Tu was born in Ho Chi Minh, of Vietnam. Mr, whose Zodiac is Aries, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Rooster. Thich Nhat Tu's global rank is 332 and whose rank is 5 in list of famous Monks. Population of Vietnam in 1969 is about 41,77 millions persons.
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Events in 1969 and 1-4

Events in the world in the birth year of Thich Nhat Tu

  • Nixon begins "Vietnamization" in Southeast Asia. Background: Vietnam War
  • The United States, USSR, and about 100 other countries sign the nuclear nonproliferation treaty (NPT). Background: nuclear disarmament
  • Russian and Chinese troops clash along the Ussuri River.
  • 27-year-old Colonel Muammar al-Qaddafi deposes King Idris of Libya and establishes a pro-Arabic, anti-Western, Islamic republic.

Birthday Thich Nhat Tu (1-4) in history

  • Day 1-4 year 1789: Mr Frederick Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania was elected the first Speaker of the House of Representatives.
  • Day 1-4 year 1933: The Nazi persecution of Jews began in Germany with a boycott of Jewish businesses.
  • Day 1-4 year 1945: American forces landed on Okinawa during World War II.
  • Day 1-4 year 1960: The first U.S. weather satellite, TIROS-1, was launched from Cape Canaveral.
  • Day 1-4 year 1970: President Nixon signed a bill into law banning cigarette ads from radio and television.
  • Day 1-4 year 1976: Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs founded Apple Computer.
  • Day 1-4 year 1979: Ayatollah Khomeini proclaimed the establishment of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
  • Day 1-4 year 2001: Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic arrested on corruption charges.
  • Day 1-4 year 2003: Pvt. Jessica Lynch was rescued by U.S. commandos in a raid on an Iraqi hospital.
  • Day 1-4 year 2004: President Bush signed the "Laci Peterson" bill making it a separate federal crime to harm a fetus during an attack on the mother.
  • Day 1-4 year 2009: Sweden becomes the fifth European country to legalize same-sex marriage. The other countries with the same rights are The Netherlands, Norway, Belgium and Spain.
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