Nalanda is honoured today with the visit by 4 members of Singapore Buddhist Fellowship (BF), led by Bro. Teo Yew Thong, the BF Honorary Secretary. They were met by Bro. Tan and other Nalandians, and were brought for a brief tour of the Centre.
The world is our classroom! Vibrant and gleeful are the Nalanda Dharma School facilitators.
As the end of the year approaches, a retreat was held from 13 – 15 November for Nalanda Dharma School facilitators. The aim of this annual retreat is for the School’s facilitators to evaluate the progress of Nalanda Dharma School (NDS) in 2012, and develop the plan for 2013.
Established in June 2010, Nalanda Free School provides free academic tuition to needy Malaysian students aged 9 to 18. With 42 volunteer tutors and an enrollment of 460 students, the Free School operates 30 classes in 2012 – 6 days a week at both Nalanda Centre in Serdang and NEO Centre in Happy Garden, Kuala Lumpur.
Namo Buddhaya! This was the standard greeting when we met with the local Buddhists in Indonesia, adults and children alike. Warmly welcomed and hosted by Buddhist devotees in Jakarta, Maribaya and Karawang, the study visit to Indonesia was a meaningful and fulfilling experience.
The memorable moment of all Conference organisers together with speakers and moderators. It was a fruitful weekend, attended by many who have benefited from the Dhamma talks.
The World Buddhist Conference 2012, organised by Buddhist Gem Fellowship, Buddhist Missionary Society Malaysia and Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia, and supported by various Buddhist organisations in Malaysia and the World Fellowship of Buddhist Youth, was successfully held over the weekend from 3-4 November at Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur.