On Sunday 3 May, a “Mass Food Offering” was held at Nalanda Centre from 5.30pm to 6.30pm, where cooked meals were offered freely to the community. This food offering has been a Nalandian custom since the first year of Wesak celebrations in Sri Serdang. Devotees would normally cook or pack food to be given to visitors to Nalanda Centre, as an act of charity and to cultivate generosity.Read more
Over the weekend on 11 and 12 April, Nalanda Youth Centre was honoured to host the plenary meeting for members of the National Buddhist Undergraduate Community Service Programme, which is under the direction of the Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia (YBAM).Read more
As Wesak ‘Buddha Day’ approaches, Nalandian ‘gardeners’ joyfully laboured to spruce up the neighbourhood to welcome thousands of devotees come 1st to 3rd May. Every weekend, adults and youngsters would descend upon the garden with their tools to clean and green the surroundings and plant new flowering shrubs.Read more
On Sunday 29 March, Nalandian youths organised a ‘Charity Car Wash’ at Nalanda House, Sri Serdang to raise funds for Dhamma Education, and the “Children’s Wish Society of Malaysia”, an organisation which aims to fulfil the wishes of terminally-ill children.Read more
On Sunday 30 November, Nalanda’s Deputy President Bro. Lee Teck Beng, Board Member Mrs. Choo, and Director of Nalanda Centre Sis. Nandini visited ‘Rumah Warga Mas Penyayang’ (Translation: “Caring Senior Citizens’ Home”), a newly-opened facility to house senior citizens in Seri Kembangan.Read more
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The campaign was co-organized by BCA and the National Blood Centre (Pusat Darah Negara). 111 donors registered for the campaign, and 84 bags of blood were collected.