On Sunday 23 August, Nalanda Dhamma School (NDS) organized a Sports Day at Kolej 11, Universiti Putra Malaysia. The Sports Day aimed to promote physical well-being, and to strengthen the unity and friendship among the School members. Nalandian youths with majority of them from the Alumni of NDS actively participated in the event.
On Saturday 22 August, Nalanda Youth Centre hosted 20 youths for the “D’ Challenge” fun competition. This programme was aimed at imparting essential values to youths who are facing many challenges today. The programme began with Pūja (offerings to the ‘Three Jewels’) and welcoming speech by Nalanda Youth Leader, Bro. DiSheng.
On Saturday 16 May, the “Silver Lining” Photography Competition Awards presentation was held at Nalanda Centre, attended by nearly all prize recipients, their families and friends. The ceremony marked the close of Nalanda Youth Centre’s two-month campaign to raise awareness on the importance of kindness and compassion in society.
Dear friends, the on-line voting for the best photograph of the ‘Silver Lining’ Photography Competition is closed effective 8pm, 11th May. In the week-long voting period from 5th to 11th May, 48,640 people viewed the photographs; 1,764 people voted on-line; and 8,387 votes were received in total.
Since March 2015, a group of Nalandian youths have been running the ‘Silver Lining’ Photography Competition and Exhibition, which is themed ‘Random Acts of Kindness’. Their campaign aims at promoting awareness and cultivation of kindness among Malaysian youths, and also in appreciating the kindness of others towards us.
The ‘Silver Lining’ Photography Competition On-line Voting is now Open!
The voting for the ‘Silver Lining’ Photography Competition is open from 5 – 11 May. The Top 20 shortlisted photographs by our panel of judges have been posted onto Nalanda’s Facebook page; but we need your help to allocate them their positions!
Submission for “The Silver Lining” Photography Competition is now closed (officially at 11.59pm, on 22 April 2015). Nalanda Youth Centre would like to thank all participants for submitting your wonderful entries on-line. We also thank everyone for your enthusiastic support in publicising this event, thus creating greater awareness in acts of kindness.
Nalanda Youth Centre is organising “The Silver Lining” Photography Competition with the theme ‘Random Acts of Kindness’. The competition aims at galvanizing youths into observing and participating in random acts of kindness towards others so as to create a more mindful, caring and compassionate community.
On Saturday, 31 August, nine teams of teenagers aged 13 to 16 from five Dhamma schools came together to participate in a friendly competition – the “Young Buddhist Quiz” at Nalanda Centre. The 36 students were representing Bandar Utama Buddhist Society Sunday Dhamma School, BMSM Samadhi Vihara, Kinrara Metta Buddhist Society Sunday Dhamma School, Nalanda Dharma School, and Shah Alam Buddhist Society Sunday Dhamma School. Read more