With the nation's highest leaders
Click on each image for more information on how Zen Nio works with international leaders to make a real difference in a bi-partisan and non-political manner. Leadership and public service are themes that can cut across divisions and political aisles. Nio's work has therefore earned bi-partisan support from all those who believe in the spirit of hope and compassion.
Lunch meeting with President Clinton's top advisers Bob Nash and Janice Kearney in Washington.
Nio wears the Ashoka Wheel for his official picture with Rt. Hon Prime Minister Stephen Harper
PM John Turner & Rev. Nio were guests at a special event
Gerald Durley, protege of MLK Jr has praised Rev. Nio's speech at NAIN.
Paul Hellyer has praised speeches by Rev. Nio
Immigration Minister John MaCallum is "particularly impressed by Zen's eloquence".
Nio's speech attended by the Minister of Defense Jason Kenney was praised by the media
Nio's given many patriotic speeches with Chris Alexander the Minister of Citizenship & Immigration
Nio's speech with Minister of Finance Joe Oliver got rave reviews - Dr. Nick of U of T said, "It is rare to come across a speaker who is so inspiring that he can lead an army. Zenji is such a speaker".
With Prime Minister Modi's close associate and Cabinet Minister
Kathleen Wynne said Nio's Samurai style of motivation was "really cool"
The Lt Governor visited Rev Nio during the Pan Am Games on behalf of the Queen
Lt. Governor David Onley visited Nio's exhibit "Enlightenment" giving it a letter of commendation.
Zen met with the assistant of Pope Francis & discussed Zen's work with Mother Teresa
lecturing with James George, High Commissioner & negotiator for the Dalai Lama.
Rev. Nio with Ambassador Andrew Bennett and Minister Kenney is seen in the background.
Nio & Chris Alexander spoke at a patriotic event for the Canadian Armed Forces
Former Minister of Multiculturalism & Women's Affairs Jean Augustine praised Nio's speech.
Parliamentary Secretary to Prime Minister Stephen Harper presented awards to Nio for service to humanity.
Nio was the keynote speaker when Mayor Rob Ford proclaimed the Buddha's birthday.