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SNI-Online February 2011

Japan---Rev. Masanobu Taniguchi’s Message at New Year’s Celebration

On January 1, 2011, the New Year’s Celebration was held at the Seicho-No-Ie Headquarters in Harajuku, Tokyo. Rev. Masanobu Taniguchi, President of Seicho-No-Ie, gave a New Year’s message to the 508 attendees in the capacity of the Superintendent.


Japan---Land Clearing for the “Office in the Forest” Started

On January 19, a ground breaking ceremony was held at the construction site of the “Office in the Forest” in Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture, prior to the start of actual land clearing. Rev. Masanobu Taniguchi, President of Seicho-No-Ie;


Japan---Electric Cars Introduced at Three Seicho-No-Ie Business Offices

As a part of the Zero Carbon Movement, Seicho-No-Ie has purchased three electric automobiles for the first time in order to keep down CO2 emissions from the use of automobiles and contribute to the realization of low-CO2 society.


Hawaii---Leaders’ Workshop and Public Lecture

On November 6 of last year, a Leaders’ Workshop was held at the Seicho-No-Ie Jisso Center on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. On the following day (November 7), Public Lecture was held at the Ala Moana Hotel in Honolulu. Both events were held in English.


Canada---Study of the Meaning and Practice of Four Immeasurable Minds

From the latter half of October to the first half of November 2010, Leaders’ Workshops (English), Truth Study Class (Japanese) and One-Day Truth Realization Seminars (English) were held in the Vancouver District and the Toronto Missionary Area.


Brazil---Longevity Spiritual Training Seminar (Japanese)

In Brazil, a Longevity Spiritual Training Seminar was held from December 3 to 5 at the South American Spiritual Training Center in Ibiuna, Sao Paulo. The number of participants totaled 731, including 114 newcomers.


Hong Kong---One Chinese-Language Readers’ Meeting Newly Started

In Hong Kong, Readers’ Meetings were held from December 14 to 19 of last year at seven sites, including members’ homes on the Kowloon Peninsula. The number of attendees totaled 47, including 10 newcomers.