Buddhist wall calendars ‘promise’ of a better world

Buddhists in China have been promoting their own calendars on social media, hoping the devices will make a better society.

Chinese officials have long sought to spread Buddhism across the world, and this year’s calendars, which come with an introduction from the Dalai Lama, are designed to be a symbol of hope for the world.

The walls of Buddhist temples in China are often decorated with intricate decorations and images of saints, including statues of Buddha and holy men.

But in 2017, Chinese authorities launched a campaign called the “Buddhist Wall Calendar” to make it seem like things were going better.

The campaign, which aims to encourage people to attend Buddhist religious services and festivals, is designed to promote peace and harmony in China, and to highlight the importance of peace and prosperity in China’s future.

Buddhists have been using the calendars to help promote peace for years, but the campaign has grown in popularity since it began in 2015.

In 2016, Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to promote Buddhism in the country.

In 2016, the government created the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) as the country’s military and military-related organizations were promoted to higher levels of prominence in Chinese society.

The PLA is an armed wing of the Chinese Communist Party and is often referred to as the “military” of China.

In 2016 and 2017, China launched “Operation ‘Buddha’s Peace,'” which aimed to promote a peaceful society and promote peace in the world by promoting peace and understanding between China and its neighbors.