Anti-nuke activist professor to meet Dalai Lama Sat, February 2, 2019 Original Article>> http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/biz/2019/01/488_263037.html By Lee Kyung-min Lee Won-young, an urban engineering professor at Suwon University and the director of Pilgrimage of the New Silk Road for Life and No-Nukes, plans to… Read More ›
The Life Road heading to Dharamshala with ‘The Charter on Earth-Life’ Prof. Lee Won-young (The University of Suwon, Institute of Country Futures) January 24, 2019 The drafting of the Charter on Earth-Life initiated by Buddhist leaders was recently completed… Read More ›
Witnessing the ‘Circulatory Model of Life’ in Rural India 2019.01.01 [contribution] Pro. Lee Won-young (The University of Suwon, Institute of Country Futures) I left Seoul in the spring of 2017 and have been walking for the ‘New Silk Road… Read More ›
[Broadcasting] Watching Over and Cutting-off support to the Scholars who Opposed the 4 Rivers Project.
http://news.kbs.co.kr/news/view.do?ncd=4004944 [Broadcasting] Watching Over and Cutting-off support to the Scholars who Opposed the 4 Rivers Project. 2018-07-05 KBS [announcer] As you have seen, the Lee Myung-bak government tried to conciliate and tame intellectual society with money. Today, we invited one… Read More ›
(Opinion) Citizens should participate and share information in the operation of nuclear power plants Lee Won Young (Professor, The University of Suwon) March 22, 2018 <Original Korean Article> http://www.mediatoday.co.kr/?mod=news&act=articleView&idxno=141874#csidx6875e99582b3f54a4790b54efd6bdd4 On March 13, the First ‘Life Road Sarangbang Discussion Meeting’ held… Read More ›
<Original Article> http://www.btnnews.tv/news/articleView.html?idxno=46849 Life & No-nuke Silk Road team walked 4,000km from Japan to India for 5 months starting in May, 2017. Silk Road invited an expert in the field of nuclear safety and representative of private monitoring organization of… Read More ›
[Original Article] http://www.bulkyo21.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=39521 Director of ‘Life & No-Nuke Silk Road’ returns to University – Suwon University gave up appeal to Supreme Court, and Professor Won-Young Lee said, “Sorry for the postponement of pilgrimage” Professor Won-Young Lee (photo· Suwon University) who… Read More ›
I summarized and edited the lecture video of professor Kim Ik-Jung from [SARAMing ACADEMY] in about 3 minutes. The title is “Nuclear wastes destroy our conscience”. I added English subtitles. Please promote it widely. Thank you.
This is a “New Silk Road for Life and No-Nukes” promotional video (6 minutes). You can see the pilgrims walking, the people of the global village, the purpose of walking, the interview of Professor Lee Won Young, the Supervisor Cho… Read More ›
240 days of pilgrimage. On December 28, 2017, we meet with students to explain the ‘New Silk Road for Life and No-Nukes’ from villages near Bodh Gaya, India. The banners show the places where we go, the people we meet,… Read More ›