The much-anticipated annual Children’s Learning Camp for 9 to 12 year-olds was held at Nalanda Centre from 19 to 21 December 2016. The theme of the camp was ‘Be Cool’ – which aimed to inculcate good moral behaviour and manners in children as part of being ‘cool’.
From 16 to 18 December 2016, Nalanda Dhamma School organized another wonderful teenagers’ learning camp themed ‘Inspector Me’. 74 youngsters ranging from 13 to 17 years old took part in the programme held at Nalanda Centre, Sri Serdang.
The joy of camaraderie lingered in the hearts of 80 young participants after the 3-day Nalanda learning camp held from 2 to 4 December at Pure Karma Buddhist Centre, Johor. Participating in the ‘friendship’-themed camp allowed the teenagers aged 13 to 17 the opportunity to learn and practise Dhamma joyfully alongside their kalyāna-mitta.
Three months after the awesome Dhamma-Living Camp for Young Adults in Genting Highlands, Nalanda Youth Centre invited former participants back for a hearty reunion. 60 young campers, including some who travelled all the way from Kedah, returned for the reunion at Nalanda Centre on 8 October. The purpose of this ‘Reunion Day’ was to reconnect with spiritual friends, and to rejoice in each other’s learning experiences since the camp.
Thinking of how to spend your Christmas break? Nalanda Kedah Branch is organising a FREE camp for young adults aged 18 to 29 years old; which will be conducted in Mandarin. The 3-day camp is from 23 to 25 December, and will be held at NEO Centre Bandar Mutiara in Sungai Petani.
On 1 December, 20 youths and students from Nalanda Dhamma School left for Johor Bahru to help conduct a Dhamma camp for teenagers there. They returned joyfully to Sri Serdang on 4 December to a warm, late-night welcome by smiling teachers and parents.
Early this morning, 20 Nalandian youths and Dhamma School students gathered for chanting at Nalanda Centre before leaving for Johor Bahru to help conduct a 3-day Dhamma camp for teenagers there. This trip is a wholesome start to their year-end school holidays as it promises much learning and community service.
During the upcoming holiday, Nalanda Johor Bahru Branch is organising a learning camp for teenagers between 13 and 17 years old. The camp will be held from 2 to 4 December 2016, at Pure Karma Buddhist Centre, Taman Desa Cemerlang, Johor Bahru. This educational camp will provide a healthy environment for teenagers to meet many ‘Beautiful Friends’ – friends with ‘beautiful’ behaviour, character, and mind.
From 16 to 18 September, Nalanda Dhamma School Johor Bahru Branch organised an energising Facilitators’ Training for twenty facilitators. The 3-day training camp was conducted by School Director Sis. Sunanda Ong, to develop greater leadership and facilitation skills among the officers.
Today marks three months since our terrific Dhamma-Living Camp for Young Adults in Genting Highlands. At the camp, we learned to discover our human potentials in life. So what have we done during this period to live up to our true potential? What were the challenges faced? And how did we overcome them?