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SNI-Online October 2010

Japan---The Fall Memorial Service

The Fall Memorial Service for Deceased Distinguished Propagators was held on September 23 at the Seicho-No-Ie Headquarters in Harajuku, Tokyo. Rev. Masanobu Taniguchi, President of Seicho-No-Ie, served as the Chief Priest. Mrs. Junko Taniguchi, President of Seicho-No-Ie White Dove Association, was also present. The souls of 229 persons, who devoted themselves to the Humanity Enlightenment Movement, were newly memorialized.


Seattle---50th International Spiritual Training Seminar

The 50th International Spiritual Training Seminar was held from August 13 to 15 at the Hotel Best Western River’s Edge in Seattle, Washington. The number of participants was 32. Newcomers accounted for about half of them, or 15 people.


Brazil---The Sao Paulo International Book Fair

In Sao Paulo, Brazil, the 22nd Sao Paulo International Book Fair was held at the Anihembi Convention Center in Sao Paulo from August 12 to 22. The Seicho-No-Ie Brazil Missionary Headquarters participated in the Fair and introduced Seicho-No-Ie’s teachings and books to visitors.


London---6th Spiritual Training Seminar

The Sixth London Spiritual Training Seminar (Portuguese) was held from August 26 to 28 at the Sunbury Court International Conference Centre in the outskirts of London. The number of participants was 80, which was a decrease of 3 from the previous time. Thirty percent of them, or 27 people, were first-timers. This was an increase of 10 people over last year.


Republic of Korea---25th Youth Spiritual Training Seminar

The 25th Republic of Korea Youth Spiritual Training Seminar was held from August 13 to 15 in the Republic of Korea. Seventy-eight elementary, junior and senior high school students participated.


Toronto---World's Eco-Life

Three years ago the City of Toronto introduced a plan called “Target 70” to reduce the volume of trash by 70 percent. Toronto used to carry its trash 400 km to a dump site in Michigan City in the U.S.A. Since the cost is huge and the disposal land is limited, Target 70 was begun.