Posted by paradox-Y (18.104.22.168) on April 19, 2000 at 00:34:34:
In Reply to: new posted by Georges on April 16, 2000 at 14:20:50:
Where do you get your statues? I hope you not one of those thieves who chop off the heads of buddha statutes and rip off poor farmers by paying peanuts for their heirlooms. There is only so much antiques to go around. I really hope you are not one of them, but I really like to know how and where you get your goods.
: This is not a spam
: Dear Fellow Buddhist
: As I like the objects relative to Buddhism as well than other Asiatic
: masterpieces, I opened a site where Buddhists and admierers of Asiatic
: car purchase beautiful objects.
: Mainly, the items on display are related to the different vehicles of
: Buddhism, but some are from Hinduism, and some are pagan.
: MY SITE IS FAR TO BE PERFECT!
: I'd like to ad some pages where the people could find information
: about Buddhism, i.e.: a page with the 60 + positions of the Buddha's
: statues and a page explaining the meaning and the use of each object.
: Also I'd want to have links to Buddhist sites. If you are interested I'd
: be glad to host your address.
: Of course it's a commercial site but I'm sure that bridges can be built
: between commercial and non-commercial enterprises. My prices are very
: low if you compare to similar sites and I sincerely want to allow
: Buddhists all around the world to purchase the beautiful object they
: need to pray with or the one they would like to admire at home.
: So you can help:
: 1- giving some advice or ideas to allow me to make my site more
: attractive for Buddhists.
: 2- exchanging link: both of our site will profit from this
: 3- telling me which objects are missing.
: In the Dhamma.
: If you want to know me, more completely:
: My name is Georges Rivalin
: French national.
: I live in Thailand for more than 10 years.
: I worked previously in refugees camp at the border between Cambodia and
: I discovered Buddhism here.
: I continue to help a Cambodian Buddhist NGO on a voluntary basis.
: I can speak Thai and Khmer.
: Most of the items I sell are coning from the Tibetan refugees camps in
: I deal with Tibetan suppliers installed in Bangkok.
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