2008 - 17th Annual conference of Quality Association of Slovenia. Portorož, Slovenia.
Rinpoche was invited to speak about "inner quality towards outer quality" ie. if we wish to have some quality in work, companies, etc. it shall start by a good motivation and good conditions of work.
2008, March - Protestation in front of China Embassy, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2007, October - RTV round table about the religious law in Slovenia. Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2007, January - Opening of the Ljubljana Temple, Melikova 1. Slovenia.
2004 - Relics exhibition end ceremony. Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2004 - Relics exhibition, Maitrey Buddha statue. Ljubljana, Slovenia
2004 - Lharampa Geshe Khedrup teaching in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2002, July - His Holiness Dalaï-Lama in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2002, July - Teaching in front of Ethnographic museum, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Opening of the exhibition of the Buddhist Congregation Dharmaling at City Museum of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
On the photo: Mr. Jožef Školč, State secretary of Prime Minister Office Mr. Drago Čepar, Director of the Office for Religious Communities of Republic of Slovenia Lama Shenpen Rinpoche, Abbot of Buddhist Congregation Dharmaling
2009, February - Meeting with Prime Minister of Slovenia, Mr Borut Pahor. Questions addressed: * Concerns regarding the actual law regulating the religious field in Slovenia; * Wish to see more ethic promoted into education (not from religious side, but human values) * Situation of the Buddhist Congregation Dharmaling.
Photo: Bor Slana/Bobo
2009, January - Meeting with President of Slovenia, Mr Danilo Türk. Questions addressed: * Religious situation in Slovenia * Need of an inter-religious dialogue * Situation in Gaza
2008, July - Signature of a special agreement between the State of Slovenia (represented by the ministry of Justice, Pr Lovro Sturm) and the Buddhist Congregation Dharmaling (represented by Lama Shenpen Rinpoche)
2006, march - Speaker at a round table of Liberal Academie of Slovenia
"You don't need to obsess over the attainment of future realizations. As long as you act in the present with as much understanding as you possibly can, you'll realize everlasting peace in no time at all."