25 Mouthwatering Dishes Of Malaysia

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One of the best things about living in or visiting Malaysia is the food everyone says. It is cheap and plentiful. I wanted to share with all of you some of the absolutely delicious dishes that Malaysia has to offer. I know many of them are meat based and I am not promoting meat, but there are vegetarian versions of all of them. Some of the vegetarian versions are more delicious and more healthier than their meat counterparts. If you have not been to Malaysia before and you’re planning for a visit, the food here will definitely keep you coming back many say.

These 25 mouthwatering food showcase just how rich and varied Malaysia’s culinary tradition is. For friends who are vegetarian, like I am, please don’t worry. There are quite a number of vegetarian restaurants in Malaysia such as Kechara Oasis, who can make some of the food listed below using vegetarian alternatives.

I hope you enjoy feasting your eyes on the dishes included in this article and do let me know your thoughts and experiences of Malaysian food in the comments section below.

Tsem Rinpoche

 


 

1. Asam Laksa

Asam Laksa

Asam Laksa

Asam Laksa is a spicy fish-based rice noodle soup. It is one of the most famous dishes from Peranakan cuisine. This type of food is a fusion of both Chinese and traditional Malay cuisines that developed amongst the Peranakans, who are the descendants of Chinese migrants who settled in parts of Malaysia and whose culture intermingled with that of the local Malays. It’s an extremely popular and widespread dish in Malaysia. You can find it everywhere, especially on the streets of Penang, one of the 13 states of Malaysia.

Asam Laksa consists of fish, shredded cucumber, onions, pineapple, red chillies, common mint, lettuce, daun kesum (Vietnamese mint) and pink bunga kantan (torch ginger). It’s mostly served with thick rice noodles and some prawn paste for flavouring, though some might find this a little uncomfortable due to the strong taste.

Vegetarian versions of this dish can be found at Be Lohas at KLIA2, Water Lily Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, Beyond Veggie in Kuala Lumpur and Veggie Planet in Melaka.

 

2. Rojak

Rojak

Rojak

Rojak is a traditional salad dish made from various fruit and vegetables. It’s usually served with a generous amount of prawn paste, though this may not be suitable for people who can’t stand the strong taste. In Malaysia, there are four different types of rojak: fruit rojak, rojak Penang, sotong kangkung and Indian rojak.

Fruit rojak typically consists of cucumber, pineapple, jicama (or Mexican turnip), bean sprouts and deep-fried tofu (tau pok and you tiao). The dressing for this rojak is usually made from belacan (shrimp paste), water, sugar, lime juice, chilli and topped up with crushed peanuts.

Rojak Penang is quite similar to fruit rojak except that it usually includes extra ingredients such as guava, jambu air (java apple), raw mango and squid fritters. The dressing for this rojak is thicker, with an almost caramel-like consistency.

Sotong kangkung is a popular dish throughout Malaysia and can easily be found at many food stalls. This rojak consists of sotong (cuttlefish) and kangkung (water spinach), cucumbers, bean curd, peanuts, chilli and sauce.

Indian rojak, also known as mamak rojak or pasembor, has a thick peanut sauce that is both sweet and spicy. Ingredients for this version include boiled potatoes, hard boiled eggs, bean sprouts, cucumber. Some types of Indian rojak also include bean curd, deep fried dough fritters, prawn fritters or cuttlefish.

Rojak is a common dish, being sold in restaurants, mamak stalls, mobile vendors in food trucks, or even at road-side stalls.

 

3. Roti Canai

Roti Canai

Roti Canai

Roti Canai is a type of Indian-inspired flatbread that can be found throughout the many ‘mamak’ stalls in Malaysia. These stalls are famous for their Indian-style dishes and developed from the Muslim Tamil immigrants who settled in Malaysia. In Chinese it’s sometimes referred to as “flying bread/ 飞饼” due to the process of spinning and tossing the dough before cooking. Most of the time, it’s also referred to as “印度煎饼”, meaning Indian pancake. Traditionally, Roti Canai is serve with dhal (lentil curry) or any other type of curry popular in mamak stalls, such as fish curry, chicken curry, mutton curry, etc. Another popular way that Roti Canai is served is with a generous sprinkling of white sugar, a favourite for those with a sweet tooth.

Apart from the usually style, there are many other variations of Roti Canai, such as Roti Telur (egg bread), Roti Tisu (tissue bread) that is paper thin and flaky, Roti Bawang (onion bread), Roti Telur Bawang (egg and onion bread), Roti Pisang (banana bread), Roti Planta (margarine bread) that is often served with sugar, and many more.

 

4. Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is a Malay dish, made from fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan (screw pine) leaf. It’s considered the national dish of Malaysia and you can easily find it everywhere. This dish is also famous in neighbouring countries such as Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Southern Thailand.

The traditional Malaysian version of nasi lemak often contains ikan bilis (anchovies), sambal (a type of spicy paste), peanuts and boiled eggs. Most nasi lemak stalls can also be found serving sambal kerang (cockles) with fried egg, sambal squids, fried chicken, rendang, sambal fish and more. If you’re a vegetarian, you don’t need to worry about this because there are many restaurants such as Simple Life in Kuala Lumpur and Yummy Garden in Jalan Ujong, Melaka, which offer vegetarian nasi lemak. These restaurants substitute real anchovies with vegetarian mock anchovies.

 

5. Chee Cheong Fun

Chee Cheong Fun

Chee Cheong Fun

Chee Cheong Fun is a rice noodle roll dish. It is a Cantonese dish and originates from Southern China and Hong Kong. In Malaysia and Singapore, chee chong fun is often served with a black coloured sweet soy sauce. The Penang version of this dish uses a prawn paste, which is also black and sweet but has a toffee-like consistency.

In Ipoh, another food capital of Malaysia, chee cheong fun is often served in two ways, either dry or with a lot of sauce. For the dry version, it’s served with sesame seeds, soy sauce, fried shallots, onion oil, chilli sauce and pickled green chilli. For the version with a lot of sauce, it’s served with curry and mushroom gravy.

While certain locations would have slight variations on how the dish is served, you can find it practically everywhere in Malaysia.

 

6. Apam Balik

Apam Balik

Apam Balik

Apam Balik, also known as ban jian kuih (turnover pancake) is a type of griddled pancake common in Southeast Asia. It’s widely sold at roadside stalls throughout Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Brunei.

The batter for the pancake is made from flour, coconut milk, water, sugar, eggs and baking soda. Traditional fillings for the apam balik include crushed peanut granules with sugar, desiccated coconut and sweetcorn kernels. The dish has been declared a heritage food by the Malaysian Department of National Heritage.

 

7. Curry Mee

Curry Mee

Curry Mee

Curry Mee is an extremely flavourful and unique dish that draws from Chinese and Indian cuisine, and can be found in both Malaysia and Singapore. It usually consists of thin yellow noodles and or thin bee-hoon (rice vermicelli) with spicy curry soup, coconut milk, chilli paste and a choice of dao-pok (dried tofu), prawns, cuttlefish, chicken, cockles, and mint leaves.

 

8. Penang Hokkien Mee

Penang Hokkien Mee

Penang Hokkien Mee

Penang Hokkien Mee can be found in Malaysia and Singapore. It is originally from China’s Fujian (Hokkien) province and is a famous noodle dish. Traditionally, it’s served with prawn-based spicy soup, slices of chicken or pork, squid, prawn, fish cake, kangkung (water spinach) and sambal (chilli paste).

It is a very common dish, especially in Penang, and the soup has a very flavourful and rich taste which makes almost everyone fall in love with it.

 

9. Satay

Satay

Satay

Satay is a dish of seasoned, skewered and grilled meat. In Malaysia it is often served with peanut gravy, onions and cucumbers. Satay may consist of sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef and more. Satay is often grilled or barbecued over a charcoal fire.

It can be found in food courts all over Malaysia, at roadside food vendors and at pasar malam (nigh market) stalls. With a recent surge in vegetarian options, it can also be found in various vegetarian restaurants such as Kechara Oasis and Beyond Veggie by Secret Recipe.

Satay is usually eaten alongside another dish called ketupat. This is rice dumpling, wrapped in palms leaves in the form a diamond shape. It is a staple food, and is usually eaten as a replacement to eating plain rice with your meal. When served with satay, it is removed from the palm leaves and sliced.

 

10. Lok-Lok

Lok-Lok

Lok-Lok

Lok-Lok is a Chinese form of steamboat, in which the food is skewered on a thin stick and immersed into boiling hot stock or soup until cooked. After that, it can be eaten along with a variety of sauces. Typically it is eaten with either a spicy peanut sauce, chilli sauce or sweet sauce to enhance its flavour.

Lok-Lok can be found sold by the roadside, in food courts and nearby lively junctions of Malaysian cities and towns. Lok-Lok includes a variety of bite-sized ingredients such as clams, cockles, pork intestines, pork liver, sausages, fish balls, meat balls, squid balls, shrimps, vegetables, vegetarian mock meat, mushrooms, and even some cooked items such as deep-fried wantons and deep fried bean curd skins.

 

11. Penang Kuey Teow Th’ng

Penang Kuey Teow Th’ng

Penang Kuey Teow Th’ng

Penang Kuey Teow Th’ng is a traditional Chinese flat noodle dish that is served in a bowl of chicken soup or duck soup. The ingredients include fish cakes, fish balls, shredded chicken or duck, chopped spring onions, bean sprouts, and served with chilli sauce on the side. It is truly a delicious, traditional and famous Malaysian dish and there are vegetarian versions of this dish available as well.

If you’re visiting Malaysia on a trip or vacation, you must try out the Kuey Teow Soup in Penang. Its fame comes from the fact that it is so delicious.

 

12. Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow is a world-renowned dish that can be found in both Malaysia and Singapore. Char kway teow (flat noodles) are stir-fried over a very high heat with light and dark soy sauce, chilli, a small quantity of shrimp paste, whole prawns, deshelled cockles, bean sprouts and chopped Chinese chives. The dish is usually stir-fried with eggs, slices of Chinese sausage, fishcake, bean sprouts, and less commonly with other ingredients. Char kway teow is traditionally stir-fried in pork fat, with crisp croutons of pork lard. Char kway teow is commonly served on a piece of banana leaf on a plate, to increase the aroma of the noodles. Mouthwatering vegetarian versions can be requested and made, as most vendors are accommodating.

 

13. Wanton Noodles

Wanton Noodles

Wanton Noodles

Wanton Noodles is a Cantonese dish that originates from Guangzhou, China and it is widely served in other countries like Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. There are two common versions of this dish that are available. In the first, the noodles are served with a bowl of chicken soup, and in the other, the noodles are served with black soy sauce. Toppings for the dish can include Chinese kale, wanton dumplings, five-spice roasted pork, and spring onion. Wanton noodles can be found at most food courts in Malaysia.

 

14. Otak-Otak

Otak-Otak

Otak-Otak

Otak-Otak is a dish that originates from Indonesia. It is also served in countries such as Malaysia and Singapore. Otak in Malay and Indonesian is directly translated as ‘brain’. Apparently, the dish is named after brains because of its soft and squishy texture.

Otak-Otak is commonly eaten with steamed rice as a side dish. The main ingredients are fish, spices and leek, which are wrapped with banana leaf. You can find the dish in many famous restaurants like Nyonya Colours and Lorong Seratus Tahun. Vegetarian versions made from mock meat can also be found.

 

15. Economic Fried Bee Hoon

Economic Fried Bee Hoon

Economic Fried Bee Hoon

Economic Fried Bee Hoon is a humble dish local to Malaysia and Singapore, and is particularly popular during breakfast hours. Economic bee hoon can be truly economical with a few simple additional ingredients like cabbage and egg.

It is a very simple and delicious dish. There are also other side dishes available to go with economy bee hoon such as curry vegetables, sambal long beans, fish cakes, cabbage and eggs.

 

16. Mee Goreng Mamak

Mee Goreng Mamak

Mee Goreng Mamak

Mee Goreng Mamak, is a simple yet flavourful dish that is quite common and can be found in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. In the Malay language, mee goreng literally translates as ‘fried noodles’. The dish is usually cooked with fish, chicken or prawns, chilli, Chinese cabbage, cabbage, tomatoes, eggs, shallots and garlic. You can easily find this dish in mamak stalls all over Malaysia.

 

17. Economic Rice

Economic Rice

Economic Rice

Economic Rice is commonly known as mixed rice and can be found in countries like Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. It does not refer to a specific dish and can be found in various food stalls. Depending on the vendor, there can be anywhere between 10 to 20 side dishes available to go with steamed rice. Economy Rice is predominantly thought of as a Chinese food. The dishes are very affordable, thus the name Economic Rice.

 

18. Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh is a very popular Teow Chew dish that originates from China. It can also be found in Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, Southern Thailand and Indonesia. Bak kut teh translates directly as ‘pork bone tea’. It is usually boiled with Chinese herbs, garlic, star anise, cinnamon, mushroom, choi-sum, tofu sheets and dried tofu puffs. It is often served with steamed rice and youtiao / yau char kwai (strips of fried dough) for dipping into the soup. There are many restaurants in Malaysia, especially in Klang, Kuala Lumpur, that specialise in Bak Kut Teh as it is so popular.

 

19. KL Hokkien Mee

KL Hokkien Mee

KL Hokkien Mee

KL Hokkien Mee is Kuala Lumpur’s own unique black-coloured charcoal-fried noodles. The noodles are fried with lard, garlic, pork, pig’s liver, shrimps, squid, and cabbage. Broth is slowly added throughout the frying process, allowing the noodles to adsorb the stock slowly, thereby giving the noodle dish a very thick texture. Generous amounts of dark soy sauce is also added to the dish.

 

20. Nasi Kandar

Nasi Kandar

Nasi Kandar

Nasi Kandar is a popular northern Malaysian dish which originates from Penang. It consists of steamed fragrant rice and it’s normally served with a variety of curries poured over the rice and side dishes. The rice can be accompanied by fried chicken, rendang, lamb, fried fish, fried prawns, fried squid, cubed beef and more. Vegetarian side dishes usually include eggplant, okra, lettuce, and deep-fried bitter gourd. The variety of curries and side dishes gives nasi kandar a rich and diverse taste.

 

21. Nasi Dagang

Nasi Dagang

Nasi Dagang

Nasi Dagang is a Malaysian and Southern Thai dish. It is made from rice steamed in coconut milk and fenugreek seeds which gives it a unique fragrance. Other ingredients that accompany the rice include fish curry, hard-boiled eggs, pickled vegetables and chicken or beef rendang. This dish can be found along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia like Kelantan, Terengganu and Southern Thailand.

 

22. Nasi Briyani

Nasi Briyani

Nasi Briyani

Nasi Briyani (briyani rice) is an Indian mixed rice dish made with basmati rice and includes a mixture of spices, yoghurt, meat and or vegetables. The ingredients and spices used may include nutmeg, pepper, cloves, ghee (clarified butter), cardamom, bay leaves, cinnamon, coriander, mint leaves, ginger, onions, and garlic.

There’s a huge variety of nasi briyani such as muhroom briyani, beef briyani and vegetable briyani. Most of these can be found in mamak stalls or Indian restaurants throughout Malaysia.

 

23. Cendol

Cendol

Cendol

Cendol is a traditional dessert that originates from Indonesia. The standard ingredients for this dessert include coconut milk, worm-like pieces of green jelly that are normally made from rice flour and green food colouring derived from pandan leaves, shaved ice and palm sugar.

Cendol is quite a common dessert dish and can be found all over Malaysia. These days it is also served with a variety of additional toppings such as red beans, grass jelly, corn kernels and glutinous rice. With the most recent trend, cendol can even be found served with durian flesh and jack fruit.

 

24. Ais Kacang

Ais Kacang

Ais Kacang

Ais Kacang literally means ‘ice beans’ and is a popular Malaysian dessert. Ais Kacang was traditionally made of only shaved ice and red beans. But with the current diversity of ingredients, ais kacang also comes in bright colours with various toppings such as fruit.

It’s often served with attap chee (palm seed), red beans, sweet corn, grass jelly, cubes of agar-agar (jelly), peanuts, and ice cream. A final topping of condensed milk, evaporated milk and/or coconut milk is drizzled over the mountain of shaved ice along with some syrup bandung (rose syrup). There are quite a number of varieties of ais kacang available all over Malaysia, and in some versions, instead of coconut milk, it’s served with gula melaka (palm sugar).

 

25. Durian

Durian

Durian

Durian is a very popular fruit in Southeast Asia. Known for its unique and strong smell, as well as its texture, it is called the ‘king of fruits’. Durian has a very spiky and green coloured outer layer which is inedible, however the seeds are covered in a yellow coloured flesh which you can eat and has a thick custard-like texture.

Durian has such a strong smell that it has been banned from certain restaurants and even hotels. Durian is one of the food that you either love or hate.

 

Vegetarian Options

For those of you around the world who are vegetarian, you can also experience Malaysian cuisine. The restaurants listed below have a number of vegetarian dishes cooked in the traditional style. This is just a small list and vegetarian restaurants can be found in all major cities and towns.

 

Kechara Oasis Jaya One

Address:
63 & 67-P1, Block D,
The Suites, Jaya One,
No 72A, Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Website: http://www.kecharaoasis.com
Phone: +6012 8188 384
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 11am – 3pm & 6pm – 10pm

 

Kechara Oasis Viva Home Mall

Address:
Lot 2.08 2nd Floor,
West Wing,
Viva Home Mall,
85 Jalan Loke Yew,
55200 Kuala Lumpur.
Website: http://www.kecharaoasis.com
Phone: +6012 8188 384
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 11am – 3pm & 6pm – 10pm

 

Be Lohas, KLIA2

Address:
L2M-19, Level 2M,
Terminal KLIA2,
Jalan KLIA 2/1,
64000 Sepang.
Phone: +608 7878 165
Opening hours: 6am – 12am

 

Water Lily Vegetarian Restaurant

Address:
23 Jalan Tun H S Lee,
50000 Kuala Lumpur.
Phone: +603 2070 6561
Opening hours: 10am – 9:30pm

 

Beyond Veggie

There are approximately 14 Beyond Veggie restaurants in Malaysia.
Opening hours: 10am – 11pm or as regulated by the malls the restaurants are located in.

 

Veggie Planet

Address:
41&43, Jalan Melaka Raya 8,
Taman Melaka Raya,
75000 Malacca.
Phone: +606 2922 819
Opening hours: 9am – 10pm

 

Simple Life

There are around 11 Simple Life restaurants in Malaysia.
Opening hours: as regulated by the malls the restaurants are located in.

 

Yummy Garden Food Court

Address:
16-A, Jalan Ujong Pasir,
Melaka.
Phone: +6012 601 5677
Opening hours: 5pm – 5am

 
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  1. wan wai meng on Jan 2, 2017 at 2:28 am

    The variety and combination of food that we have in Malaysia is staggering and it is a reflection of the cultures that are prevalent in Malaysia. Malaysia is unique it has three dominant cultures, Chinese, Indian and Malay, and all three cultures are established and have the biggest populations in Asia. The fusion of all the foods creates dishes and foods that are very unique to Malaysia.

    Ancient Malaya, was a focal point of Chinese and Indian traders, another influence that has not been mentioned are Arabian traders, there is also quite a significant influence of Arab culture within Malaysian food.

  2. Anne Ong on Nov 25, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    We’re all very lucky to be Malaysians with so many types of delicious Malaysian food such as Rojak,Satay,Nasi Lemak,Prawn Mee,Curry Mee,Otak Otak, which my mum recently made,and we suddenly got an idea we don’t actually can exclude the fish because we only love to eat the eggs fillings.Another favourite dish that my mum loves to cook which is very hard to find in Malaysia.”Perut Ikan’,it’s a hot and spicy dish cooked with preserved fish stomach,prawns and lots of herbs and vegetables. Thank you Rinpoche for sharing this wonderful article! 🙂

  3. Anne Ong on Nov 25, 2016 at 1:32 pm

    We’re all very lucky to be Malaysians with so many types of delicious Malaysian food such as Rojak,Satay,Nasi Lemak,Prawn Mee,Curry Mee,Otak Otak, which my mum recently made,and we suddenly got an idea we don’t actually can exclude the fish because we only love to eat the eggs fillings.Another favourite dish that my mum loves to cook which is very hard to find in Malaysia. It’s a hot and spicy dish cooked with preserved fish stomach,prawns and lots of herbs and vegetables. Thank you Rinpoche for sharing this wonderful article! 🙂

  4. Samfoonheei on Nov 22, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    Here in Malaysia ,we are lucky to have so many varieties of delicious dishes every where and every corner of a residential area. 25 mouthwatering dishes Of Malaysia .like nasi Briyani.,durian,cebdol and so forth..will definitely attracts people from different countries to try it.looking at those beautiful pictures makes me mouth watering. Many years back when i am younger i loves those dishes but not now .Thank you Rinpoche for sharing the post.

  5. Echeah on Nov 20, 2016 at 3:03 am

    OMG I’m salivating big time looking at these pics! Indeed Malaysia has the best food in the world! Ok I may be biased, but I have not come across anyone, friends, colleagues, family who had said our food was nothing to shout about. In fact almost everyone has said they love our food. It’s not only Malaysian food. All kinds of cuisine can be found here. However, it is our best kept secret, because Malaysia has not done a very good job of marketing it.

    Japanese food, Thai food, Italian food, they are world reknown. But “Malaysian food”? We have a long way to go.

    There are even countries fighting over the origin of cuisine and making claims on them, I wonder with wide eyes. Whoever does a better job of marketing gets to stake their claim on them.

    Whatever they claim to be theirs, well I still say the Malaysian version always wins hands down. Our food is good and cheap to boot.

  6. TekLee on Nov 20, 2016 at 2:37 am

    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing the article. The pictures makes me mouth watering. Yes, Malaysia is a mix culture country, the beauty of it is it results variety choices of food. Like Nyonya food is the result of mix culture and mix race. I like at least one type of food in every race, I like nasi briyani, nasi lemak, char kuey tiow, curry mee, asam laksa & apam balik. I can eat five to six pieces of apam balik with empty stomach! 🙂 Now I am vegetarian, I still eat nasi lemak with only rice and peanuts. It is because what I like about nasi lemak is not the sambal, but the fragrance rice. And I can eat vegetarian curry mee. There’s a stall in a restaurant behind Gompa where an Indonesian kakak (sister) selling vegetarian curry mee is very nice. I am proud to be Malaysian. I know more than one language, I know more than one culture, and I can taste more than one type of food. _/\_

  7. HelenaC on Nov 19, 2016 at 11:36 pm

    Malaysian food is the best! We have varieties and I love all! Proud to be Malaysian.
    Oh and we also have super good vegetarian restaurants too, my favourite is Kechara Oasis and Loving Hut at Sri Petaling. Super good!

  8. Pastor Elena Khong Jean Ai on Nov 18, 2016 at 10:54 pm

    Aside from the fact this list ignites the tam chiak (Hokkien for ‘glutton’ hehe) in me, it brings back some very fond memories of my childhood as I am sure it does for many Malaysians reading this. One of the reasons is because some of our biggest festivals revolve around food. Chinese New Year? Reunion dinner. Hari Raya? Buka puasa in a neighbour’s open house. Deepavali? Murukku.

    Malaysian cuisine is actually a perfect reflection of our society. Our nation is a rojak (fruit salad! Item #2 on the list) of cultures, traditions and races, bound together harmoniously by a common sauce. In the case of rojak, it’s the sticky sweet black stuff and in the case of Malaysia, it’s a love of food! 🙂

    Not only that but the various cuisines have influenced one another. Indian curries for example, have been assimilated into Chinese cooking to take on a milder taste, while the Chinese have adapted Western recipes to appeal to more Asian palates (Hainanese chicken chop, anyone?). So in Malaysia, food has become a platform for us to learn about one another’s cultures, as we swap stories and bond over a plate of nasi lemak (coconut rice) at a 24 hour roadside stall.

    I’m proud to be Malaysian and proud that we have welcomed one another with open arms, and integrated the unique customs and traditions of each race to form our Malaysian way. We invite the world to Malaysia…come sit with us and share a cup of teh tarik (pulled tea) and see how you too can become a part of this multi-cultural society! 🙂

  9. Alice Tay on Nov 18, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    I am grateful that I am a Malaysian as I am free to enjoy all of my favourite foods especially Nasi Lemak, Curry Mee, Mee Goreng and many others.

    Few years ago, when I have decided to stop eating meat and be a lifetime vegetarian, I had no difficulty finding vegetarian foods. This is because many vegetarian restaurants have served the delicious dishes that I like the most and most important is the vegetarian foods are healthier and no harm to the animals.

    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing these delicious foods in Malaysia which I can share to my overseas friends.

  10. Adeline Tan on Nov 18, 2016 at 7:02 pm

    Malaysia is a multi racial country. Each race has it own traditions and unique cultures. Foods is one of them that made up these 25 mouthwatering dishes from the photos shown in this blog post.
    I like all of them except the ones with sea foods and meat in it because i am a vegetarian but these can be substitute by vegetarian mock meat and fish and it is equally tasty. I am lucky to be a Malaysian as there is a Chinese saying Malaysia is a Delicious Food Paradise!

  11. Mingwen on Nov 17, 2016 at 11:47 pm

    When it comes to food, the power of food seem to able to pull all people together regardless of race, religious, gender, skin colour. Just like Kechara Soup Kitchen is doing, ‘Hunger Knows No Barriers’.

    I’m proud to be a Malaysian! I’m not saying that I’m pround because of my country is the best country because obviously it’s not. Some of our leaders of the country have no spirits to build up the country, citizens in the country are not being responsible and do our parts to contribute to the country.

    But.. I think it’s okay for temporarily, many other developed countries are still having the same issue because it’s all about us and purely caused by humans. However, we should somehow rise and shine after having fun in the muds.

  12. Justin Cheah on Nov 17, 2016 at 9:39 pm

    If i may use one phrase for Malaysia, one of them have to be food galore. Blessed by its multi racial culture, the citizens are left with many years choices of cuisines that all of us can eat on almost anything at a glance. We are indeed in a peaceful and blessed country like Malaysia that allows us to practice our preferred religion freely unlike some other parts of the world where Dorje Shugden practitionerstatus are widely discriminated and ostracised. Thank you for sharing this Rinpoche.

  13. Wylfred Ng on Nov 17, 2016 at 11:27 am

    好好吃的食物。

    马来西亚的特色就是多元种族、多元文化、多元食物。 对于不同食物的接受程度也非常广。 所以在马来西亚我们可以看到不同国家食物的餐厅。

    不过当然马来西亚的地道食物一点也不输其他国家的食物。 马来西亚由于是多元文化种族的国家, 所以某些食物也是拥有不同种族的特色。 比如第一号的啊参律沙就结合了华人和马来人的特色。 当然在不同地区也有不同的特色。 马六甲的啊参律沙就有马六甲娘惹的特色。 所以在马来西亚要吃到不同特色的食物一点也不难。

    这篇文章也提供了很多间不同素食餐馆的名字和地址, 让身为素食者的人们也可以吃到素食版本的美食, 可说是非常贴心。

    谢谢

  14. Sharon Ong on Nov 17, 2016 at 12:27 am

    One of the things I love about being a Malaysian and living in Malaysia is the amazing amount of good food available at all hours of the day. Malaysia is truly a food haven for both meat eaters and non-meat eaters alike as non-meat versions are easily available. These days, many chefs or hawker stall owners are more than happy to whip up a vegetarian or non-meat version of their dishes.

    One of my fav things that did not make this list is the ever satisfying Banana Leaf Rice, served with a tonne of Dhal Curry (Sambar), Pappadums, Fried Chillies and Rasam. Best eaten with fingers and washed down with milky tea (Teh Tarik). Attached is a photo of one of my happy meals. 🙂

    Thank you for sharing this list, Rinpoche. Feeling really thankful to be born in a place where food are aplenty and going vegetarian easy and enjoyable.

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  15. Wei Theng on Nov 16, 2016 at 11:09 pm

    Wow, i am so hungry after looking at all these pictures! 😛

    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing these delicious dishes of Malaysia. I love Malaysia cuisine as there are so many varieties due to the multi-cultural & multi-racial aspects of Malaysia.

    Before I become vegetarian, I thought I won’t be able to taste these delicious food anymore if I’m a vegetarian. To my surprise, nowadays for most of the dishes, we can get the vegetarian from vegetarian restaurant or meatless versions from some of the normal too. Eg vegetarian Nasi Briyani, vegetarian Bak Kut Teh, Lok Lok, etc.

    The best part is, we also have a lot of different desserts and my favourite Durian! LOL!

    Malaysia is truly an heaven for food lovers. 🙂

  16. Fong on Nov 16, 2016 at 10:20 pm

    Malaysia is so diverse culturally, it is truly a melting pot of cultures with the various races having their own peculiar fetish and favorites. All these are but a reflection of their roots as well as a mesh and integration of other cultures into their own.

    This speaks of certain level of acceptance and tolerance. Without these qualities, Malaysia would not have the harmony and peace that is prevalent despite the differences.

    We all love our diverse food in Malaysia, we all love our culture, we all love Malaysia.

  17. Kb Thapa on Nov 16, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    Malaysians are a lucky lot. Here in our multiracial community, we have exposure to all sorts of cuisine. Chinese, Indian, Malay.. you name it, we have it. Some of these ethnic cooking styles might be more bland or less spicy than others, but I have to say that all are equally interesting in their own way. In Malaysia i don’t miss my Nepalese food plenty of food to eat he he he

  18. Pastor Han Nee on Nov 16, 2016 at 7:29 pm

    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing mouthwatering accounts of these 25 mouthwatering dishes. It can be safely said that food unites Malaysians.Almost everyone of us grew up on assam laksa , nasi lemak, curry mee, the rojaks, roti canai, apam balik, ais kacang,cendol, satay ,char koay teow and the like. These are absolutely delicious, and a conversation among Malaysian friends , when they meet, normally starts with “Do you know where we can go for the best assam laksa in town..?”

    Malaysians , when they travel, will hunt down Malaysian or Peranakan restaurants so that they can have a go at these dishes and satisfy their insatiable appetite for them. The first thing they do, after their plane lands in KLIA, is to head for their favourite haunts selling their favourite local dishes.

    Fortunately, there are vegetarian restaurants that serve equally delicious versions of these dishes. These include Kechara Oasis Jaya 1 and Kechara Oasis Viva Home. Nice to enjoy our favourite dishes without having to be involved in any taking of life.

  19. Stella Cheang on Nov 16, 2016 at 5:26 pm

    Reading through the list of 25 Mouthwatering Dishes Of Malaysia is like reading out loud our very own personal favorite food list! I dare say many of us would not hesitate to admit to liking most if not all of the food. We are very lucky to be living in Malaysia where the food culture is a strong blend of cutlery varieties from the Indian, Chinese and Malay heritage. Many of these dishes are available in vegetarian options; and my top choice would be the curry mee at Kechara Oasis. The combination of thick rich curry soup and the soup-retaining-tofu-pok is just heavenly. Thank you Rinpoche for this mouth-watering article.

  20. Sarah Yap on Nov 16, 2016 at 4:12 am

    I would say that the food in Malaysia is truly unique, a result of the rich history of Malaysia being the main trading port in SEA for centuries. So many people of different cultures have visited this country in the past (and today), bring with them the best of their cultures, and what culture doesnt come or related with food lol. I suppose for this reason, Malaysian food has evolved in so many ways, and incredibly rich in flavor.

    Great sharing. I have always been proud of Malaysian cuisine, especially the ones made by Malacca Straits Born Chinese haha.

  21. Vivian Ong on Nov 16, 2016 at 1:13 am

    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing this article. The food listed are indeed very tasty. I do hope that the tasty will have it’s vegetarian version in the near future. This article also shows that Malaysia is a multiracial country and citizens get along very well with one another.

    With folded palms,
    Vivian

  22. Lin Mun on Nov 15, 2016 at 9:47 pm

    It is mouth watering reading this article. Some of my favourite food are in the list too 🙂

    Although the food are mostly non vegetarian but for those who are vegetarian, we have options too. Just go to the vegetarian restaurant listed above.

    I tried some of the restaurant mentioned. The taste and choices are good too. So we don’t have to kill in order to have delicious food. Stop suffering, killing and help the environment by being a vegetarian.

    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing this article.

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  • Stella Cheang
    Wednesday, Feb 22. 2017 05:02 PM
    By being a good example ourselves, we can be a more effective campaigner for the helpless animals. I believe that when we want to stand for something, the most powerful words that speak for us is our action. It is inconsistent when one campaigns for the rescued or stray dogs and ask for donations to feed them but consume chicken and seafood and pork and beef. There is no difference between these animals, they all have feelings and fear for pain. So, here’s a picture of the dogs all trapped in a cramped cage where chicken, sea animals, pigs, and cows are in same or worse conditions waiting to be slaughtered. If you feel for these poor dogs, please spare a thought for the other meat on your plate too. Thank you, Rinpoche for this sharing.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/animals-vegetarianism/blog-it-tweet-it-facebook-it-again-and-again-pleeeeeeease.html
  • Stella Cheang
    Wednesday, Feb 22. 2017 04:38 PM
    Thank you, Rinpoche for the teaching on What is a Blessing. Many of us got all excited when we get a “blessing” from a high lama, but often time neglected the true meaning of the blessing. What Rinpoche taught us is important because we need to stop putting our fate, destiny, life in the hands of others. The mindset of thinking that once we have gotten the blessings from a holy being and then we will have good fortune and will be set for life, s not the correct mindset. The holy lama has the power by his touch to bless us, to protect us and to open up our previous imprint. The blessing is meant to trigger us to become better and change the course of our life for the better. A blessing brings positive energy into our life, and it is really up to us to persistently pursue that good cause and change our life for the better.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/what-is-a-blessing.html
  • Joy Kam
    Wednesday, Feb 22. 2017 04:00 PM
    ***The Advantages of Propitiating Dorje Shugden***

    Dorje Shugden is also known as the Protector of our time because, apart from guiding Buddhist practitioners on their path to Enlightenment, he also attends to our daily challenges and obstacles. Dorje Shugden does this not because he is a fulfiller of samsaric wishes but because in his omniscience, Dorje Shugden recognises that the human mind becomes distracted from Dharma practice by mundane problems. Hence alleviating our worries and fulfilling our wishes is just a means by which Dorje Shugden helps practitioners achieve the higher objective…>>> http://www.dorjeshugden.org/blog/the-advantages-of-propitiating-dorje-shugden-part-1
  • Joy Kam
    Wednesday, Feb 22. 2017 03:59 PM
    FEAR NO MORE… here is a method which not only dispels the negative things sent to you and not only does it protects you but it also helps the spirit stop collecting negative karma and binds/subdues it with compassion…

    COMMENTARY ON TRAKZE PRACTICE
    ***A Practice to Dispel Black Magic and Spirits***

    This commentary on Trakze practice was compiled from traditional sources by His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche.
    Date: 30th January 2015
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/trakze-to-dispel-black-magic-spirits.html

    [NOTE: This is a commentary on Trakze’s practice and can be done daily by anyone who wants to receive protection even if you are not afflicted by black magic and spirits. This practice does not require any initiations]
  • Yeo Kwai Gin
    Wednesday, Feb 22. 2017 01:42 AM
    Yeo Kwai Gin on Feb 22, 2017 at 1:38 am
    感恩仁波切和邝仁爱讲法师的分享 !

    看完这篇文章后, 我的心情很沉重和心痛, 多杰雄登修持者在这20年以来开始就被歧视, 不友善对待, 伤害,破坏家园。在文章里, 讲法师被朋友在网上绝交(只因为讲法师是雄登修持者),被丑化, 被脏言怒骂等等, 只因是” 多杰雄登修持者 ” 。那是多么的无辜和无奈和心痛 !

    在邝仁爱讲法师提到的, 赞助大德一直以来供养了庞大的资源如金钱, 修理佛堂, 建医疗中心,供养佛像等等, 让寺院里的僧人拥有舒适的地方和足够的资源修行, 但是为何只有了多杰雄登的争论课题, 西藏中央政府要严厉的把 “修持雄登者” 和” 无修持雄登者”严重的隔离呢?

    一直以来, 所有修持多杰雄登法门的高僧大德如帕绷卡仁波切, 赤江仁波切, 宋仁波切, 刚坚仁波切, 詹杜固仁波切等等都是无私的不断弘扬佛法, 把宗喀巴大师的传承与佛法传播到世界每一个角落, 利益众生 !而且, 很多修持雄登的高僧还一直转世回来继续祂们的宏愿呢 !

    修持多杰雄登法门保护我们和帮助减轻或去除我们的障碍,让我们在灵修的路上更加快速的达到成就 !

    希望尊贵的达赖尊者,西藏中央政府和有关当局可以尽早把”多杰雄登争论课题”解决, 因为还没出现这课题之前, 大家都是一样的和谐共处,一起辩论佛法,一起参加法会, 一起开心的生活。

    愿尊贵的达赖尊者与尊贵的上师詹仁波切健康长寿,吉祥如意, 愿雄登课题可以尽早解决, 世界和平 !

    OM BENZA WIKI BITANA SOHA

    感恩合十
    YEO KWAI GIN

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/dorje-shugden/how-tibetan-leadership-treats-a-sponsor-jindak.html?nomobile
  • Stella Cheang
    Tuesday, Feb 21. 2017 04:37 PM
    Each time when I read of the miracle helps from Rinpoche and Dorje Shugden on people who are in dire straits, the faith for the Guru and Dorje Shugden grow stronger. There are many problems in life where we, human, cannot tackle on our own; especially health problems, emergencies, and disturbance from black magic or spirit. The methods and practice shared by Rinpoche, for example, the Dorje Shugden practice, are proven methods passed from hundreds of years ago and most importantly, it works! Would we rather take a 50-50 chance or seek help from an efficient and proven method? Thank you, Pastor Seng Piow for this sharing.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/personal-attendant/mother-and-son-saved-by-tsem-rinpoche-and-dorje-shugden.html
  • Alice Tay
    Tuesday, Feb 21. 2017 03:54 PM
  • Alice Tay
    Tuesday, Feb 21. 2017 03:53 PM
    This is such great news! Congratulation to Ram on the safe arrival of his newborn baby as well as his wife being saved and survived. It’s great to see them live happily now.
    This proved to us that no matter our race, gender, age and etc, Dorje Shugden will help us if we are sincere and have faith with guru and Dorje Shugden. The instructions from guru included do the pujas, candles light offering and recite Dorje Shugden mantra were important to follow in order to help his wife and baby to collect merits and clear obstacles.

    Thank you Rinpoche for this wonderful sharing. May Ram and his family continue to be blessed by Dorje Shugden and have the opportunity to learn and practice dharma.
  • Samfoonheei
    Tuesday, Feb 21. 2017 01:54 PM
    Cannot imagine that the Tibetan leadership does not appreciate and show gratitude to those sponsor (jindak).Feeling sad disappointed as its Kecharas that have sponsored them 3000 sets of robes and statues to all of the monks of Gaden Monastery to name a few.Yet the jindaks were treated so badly denied services to hotel and are not allowed to revisit the monasteries that the jindaks sponsored.The Jindaks were also verbally abused in social media.All these happened just because of the practicing of Dorje Shugden as their choice.
    Thank you Rinpoche,Pastor Elena Khong Jean Ai for sharing.
    Hope more people will be aware of this discrimination against Dorje Shugden practitioners world wide.http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/dorje-shugden/how-tibetan-leadership-treats-a-sponsor-jindak.html
  • Samfoonheei
    Tuesday, Feb 21. 2017 12:10 PM
    Amazing with Rinpoche ‘s blessing and compassion Ram’s wife and baby was well and healthy. Ram’s wife was operated and her baby was born premature at 7 months. Ram did what was instructed by Rinpoche to do pujas and candles offering for both wife and baby for a few days. Rinpoche also instructed Ram to recite Dorje Shugden’s powerful mantra to pray for protection for them. Both of them are one of those many people that Rinpoche and Dorje Shugden have saved over the years.
    Have trust and faith in our precious Guru and Dorje Shugden we will be protected.
    Thank you Rinpoche for sharng
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/personal-attendant/mother-and-son-saved-by-tsem-rinpoche-and-dorje-shugden.html
  • Lin Mun
    Monday, Feb 20. 2017 09:17 PM
    Appreciate Robert for his generousity and kindness in giving the USD 5K to Rinpoche so he can settled all his loan and buy ticket to India to pursue his promise to be a monk. And he gave Rinpoche money without any condition but with sincere hope that Rinpoche can achieve his promise to be a monk.

    Rinpoche also showed to us that if we have good intention and determination in dharma we can achieve our goal. For example, Rinpoche do 100 prostration daily to Zong Rinpoche’s photo in order to create a cause for him to learn from Zong Rinpoche.

    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing the inspiring story so we do not give up and continue learning and practising dharma .

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/me/robert-stone.html
  • Samfoonheei
    Monday, Feb 20. 2017 03:35 PM
    Geshe Thupten Lama is one of the great scholars and masters who has upheld the lineage of Lord Buddha’s liberating teachings ., Geshe Thupten Lama would not abandon the practice of Dorje Shugden was brand an evil Chinese spy,and enemy, His life was threatened ,was forced to seek political asylum in America.He was one brave masters to write 3 letters asking Dalai Lama to lift the ban on Dorje Shugden.He has worked tirelessly for the Tibetan government in exile.Many practitioners has suffered due to the ban .It has caused disharmony within the Tibetan communities throughout the world.May H.H Dalai Lama please lift the ban on Dorje shugden to restore peace and harmony.
    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/the-supreme-path-to-the-trikaya.html
  • Pastor Shin Tan
    Monday, Feb 20. 2017 02:34 PM
    How to Rely upon Dorje Shugden

    Relying on a Dharma Protector or Dharmapala is an essential and beneficial practice within Vajrayana Buddhism. As a result of living in the Kaliyuga (degenerate) age, where negative karma is immense and distractions from the spiritual path are abundant, treading the path to Enlightenment can be an arduous and obstacle-ridden road.

    Read more here: http://www.dorjeshugden.org/blog/how-to-rely-upon-dorje-shugden
  • Pastor Shin Tan
    Monday, Feb 20. 2017 02:31 PM
    There’s a topic most people find a little awkward to talk about, and that’s sponsorship in the Dharma. People find it awkward because they think money is not a very spiritual thing to discuss. Yet it is an unavoidable subject because it’s a simple fact of life in samsara – monasteries and Dharma institutions would never be able to survive without the kindness of sponsors, and if they did not have the funds.

    Read this powerful piece by Pastor Elena Khong Jean Ai (Ani Lobsang Pema): http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/dorje-shugden/how-tibetan-leadership-treats-a-sponsor-jindak.html
  • Joy Kam
    Monday, Feb 20. 2017 02:00 PM
    The Meaning Behind Dorje Shugden’s Form
    Like the Buddha, Dorje Shugden’s body manifested from his great attainments. Hence, every part of his form has deep spiritual significance. Dorje Shugden’s entire body represents the complete path of the Lamrim or the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment, and meditating upon it with correct understanding will generate great merits and spiritual attainments. This is a brief explanation of Dorje Shugden’s form: http://www.dorjeshugden.org/overview/the-meaning-behind-dorje-shugdens-form

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This huge Buddha in Korea is magnificent
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This huge Buddha in Korea is magnificent
The very first oracle of Dorje Shugden in trance statue. I have commissioned this.
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The very first oracle of Dorje Shugden in trance statue. I have commissioned this.
Such a old and ancient thangka painting of Dorje Shugden. He has been around in Tibet practiced for hundreds of years.
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Such a old and ancient thangka painting of Dorje Shugden. He has been around in Tibet practiced for hundreds of years.
One of the "Four Exalted Brothers" Avalokiteshvara statues, Phagpa Wati of Kyirong, which is now with H.H. the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala.
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One of the "Four Exalted Brothers" Avalokiteshvara statues, Phagpa Wati of Kyirong, which is now with H.H. the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala.
Kyabje Zemey, Kyabje Zong Rinpoche and Kyabje Pabongka Choktrul Rinpoche
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Kyabje Zemey, Kyabje Zong Rinpoche and Kyabje Pabongka Choktrul Rinpoche
My Oser girl and Mumu boy are so adorable
3 months ago
My Oser girl and Mumu boy are so adorable
Wow this meditator in his cave in front of a painting of Yamantaka draped with a white khata of respect. He sits among bones to remind him of impermanence and our future. The bones inspire him strongly to let go of all attachments in this life and focus on dharma, meditation and liberation and he is doing so. Very beautiful and inspirational. Tsem Rinpoche
3 months ago
Wow this meditator in his cave in front of a painting of Yamantaka draped with a white khata of respect. He sits among bones to remind him of impermanence and our future. The bones inspire him strongly to let go of all attachments in this life and focus on dharma, meditation and liberation and he is doing so. Very beautiful and inspirational. Tsem Rinpoche
Tenzing Norgay found this in Nepal. Guess what it is?
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Tenzing Norgay found this in Nepal. Guess what it is?
Sir Edmund Hillary
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Sir Edmund Hillary
Halloween is my favorite holiday. Wild natural plants and flowers are my favorite offering. Buddha\'s teachings on meditation and Yidam practice bring the ultimate results and happiness. ~Tsem Rinpoche
4 months ago
Halloween is my favorite holiday. Wild natural plants and flowers are my favorite offering. Buddha's teachings on meditation and Yidam practice bring the ultimate results and happiness. ~Tsem Rinpoche
Previous lives do resemble current lives especially if they are a recognized incarnation. If notice how similar the previous and current Trijang Rinpoche looks. The eyes, bone structure, expression, long neck, thin and overall look. Beautiful. I\'ve seen this phenomena over and over in many Rinpoche incarnations. Especially when you compare them with pictures of previous and current lives at around the same ages. Something powerfully karmic about this. Tsem Rinpoche
4 months ago
Previous lives do resemble current lives especially if they are a recognized incarnation. If notice how similar the previous and current Trijang Rinpoche looks. The eyes, bone structure, expression, long neck, thin and overall look. Beautiful. I've seen this phenomena over and over in many Rinpoche incarnations. Especially when you compare them with pictures of previous and current lives at around the same ages. Something powerfully karmic about this. Tsem Rinpoche
It\'s nice to have monks visitors and resident monks in Kechara
5 months ago
It's nice to have monks visitors and resident monks in Kechara
                         Taken in Lake Champlain in Canada. A huge water monster...neat...
5 months ago
Taken in Lake Champlain in Canada. A huge water monster...neat...
Beautiful! His Holiness Kyabje Trijang Dorje Chang has always been good friends with His Holiness Karmapa. No wonder H.H. Karmapa never spoke against Dorje Shugden. Two reasons perhaps: One is he knows the qualities of Trijang Rinpoche who is a attained being. And Karmapa himself has clairvoyance to perceive the true nature of Dorje Shugden directly. I love to see great beings like this manifesting closeness. When I see, I just want to prostrate to them and thank them for sharing such good examples to someone like me. Praise to the ego-less mind! Tsem Rinpoche
5 months ago
Beautiful! His Holiness Kyabje Trijang Dorje Chang has always been good friends with His Holiness Karmapa. No wonder H.H. Karmapa never spoke against Dorje Shugden. Two reasons perhaps: One is he knows the qualities of Trijang Rinpoche who is a attained being. And Karmapa himself has clairvoyance to perceive the true nature of Dorje Shugden directly. I love to see great beings like this manifesting closeness. When I see, I just want to prostrate to them and thank them for sharing such good examples to someone like me. Praise to the ego-less mind! Tsem Rinpoche
Serkong Dorje Chang on the left and his son Serkong Tsenshab Rinpoche on the right.
5 months ago
Serkong Dorje Chang on the left and his son Serkong Tsenshab Rinpoche on the right.
High lamas in France September 2016
5 months ago
High lamas in France September 2016
༧གོང་ས་ཆེན་པོ་སྐུ་འཕྲེང་བཅུ་བཞི་པ་མཆོག་དང་རྡོ་རྗེ་ཤུགས་ལྡན། - Interesting relationship between 14th Dalai Lama and Dorje Shugden:   http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=109757
5 months ago
༧གོང་ས་ཆེན་པོ་སྐུ་འཕྲེང་བཅུ་བཞི་པ་མཆོག་དང་རྡོ་རྗེ་ཤུགས་ལྡན། - Interesting relationship between 14th Dalai Lama and Dorje Shugden: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=109757
Dalai Lama Says We Can Practise Dorje Shugden Finally! Read more on this development--- http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=109777
5 months ago
Dalai Lama Says We Can Practise Dorje Shugden Finally! Read more on this development--- http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=109777
More time spent in dharma work is more karma collected to be happy and more time spent in non-dharma works is more karma collected to be unhappy.~Tsem Rinpoche
5 months ago
More time spent in dharma work is more karma collected to be happy and more time spent in non-dharma works is more karma collected to be unhappy.~Tsem Rinpoche
All Dorje Shugden prophesizes will come to pass,
 Those who generate refuge and merits will trust, 
 By trusting one will see the good results of his pronouncements,
 By seeing the good results, one\'s path becomes more clear, 
 The path of practice, purification and siddhic results, 
 This would eliminate the samsara within our minds.
 ~Tsem Rinpoche
5 months ago
All Dorje Shugden prophesizes will come to pass, Those who generate refuge and merits will trust, By trusting one will see the good results of his pronouncements, By seeing the good results, one's path becomes more clear, The path of practice, purification and siddhic results, This would eliminate the samsara within our minds. ~Tsem Rinpoche
Large Dorje Shugden statue built by the 5th Dalai Lama and housed in Trode Khangsar. Sock Wand and Mdm Chuah took this picture in Lhasa, Tibet 2016
5 months ago
Large Dorje Shugden statue built by the 5th Dalai Lama and housed in Trode Khangsar. Sock Wand and Mdm Chuah took this picture in Lhasa, Tibet 2016
Our own Kecharian Mdm. Chua with the oracle of Dorje Shugden Gen Tenzin Tsultrim in Lhasa, Tibet 2016
5 months ago
Our own Kecharian Mdm. Chua with the oracle of Dorje Shugden Gen Tenzin Tsultrim in Lhasa, Tibet 2016
Our very own Kecharian Mdm Chua standing in front of holy Trode Khangsar-the Chapel to Dorje Shugden built 400 years ago by the Great 5th Dalai Lama-Tibet 2016
5 months ago
Our very own Kecharian Mdm Chua standing in front of holy Trode Khangsar-the Chapel to Dorje Shugden built 400 years ago by the Great 5th Dalai Lama-Tibet 2016
Our very own Kecharian Mdm Chua standing in front of holy Gaden Monastery, Tibet 2016
5 months ago
Our very own Kecharian Mdm Chua standing in front of holy Gaden Monastery, Tibet 2016
                         This is the oracle of Dorje Shugden in Lhasa, Tibet. His name is Gen Tenzin Tsultrim of Sera Monastery in Tibet.
5 months ago
This is the oracle of Dorje Shugden in Lhasa, Tibet. His name is Gen Tenzin Tsultrim of Sera Monastery in Tibet.
Ms. Sock Wan, Oracle of Dorje Shugden in Tibet Gen Tenzin Tsultrim, Mdm Chuah and Mr. Tashi in Tibet 2016
5 months ago
Ms. Sock Wan, Oracle of Dorje Shugden in Tibet Gen Tenzin Tsultrim, Mdm Chuah and Mr. Tashi in Tibet 2016
Mahasiddha Kyabje Gangchen Rinpoche, H.H. Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche and Ven. Rabten Choktrul Rinpoche 2016
5 months ago
Mahasiddha Kyabje Gangchen Rinpoche, H.H. Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche and Ven. Rabten Choktrul Rinpoche 2016
His Eminence Mahasiddha Gangchen Rinpoche and the official oracle of Dorje Shugden Panglung Kuten Choji lah in Italy together September 2016
5 months ago
His Eminence Mahasiddha Gangchen Rinpoche and the official oracle of Dorje Shugden Panglung Kuten Choji lah in Italy together September 2016
My thoughts on Malaysia. Thank you. Tsem Rinpoche
5 months ago
My thoughts on Malaysia. Thank you. Tsem Rinpoche
Beautiful thangka of Vajra Yogini. Look at the details where she appears in visions and also takes people to Kechara.
5 months ago
Beautiful thangka of Vajra Yogini. Look at the details where she appears in visions and also takes people to Kechara.
Left to right:

His Holiness the Gaden Throne holder Jetsun Lungrik Namgyal, His Holiness Kyabje Zong Rinpoche (very young) and His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche in Gaden Shartse Prayer Hall during prayers.
5 months ago
Left to right: His Holiness the Gaden Throne holder Jetsun Lungrik Namgyal, His Holiness Kyabje Zong Rinpoche (very young) and His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche in Gaden Shartse Prayer Hall during prayers.
 It\'s nice when families support the spiritual journeys of their children. This is one beautiful family of Pastor Niral of Kechara
5 months ago
It's nice when families support the spiritual journeys of their children. This is one beautiful family of Pastor Niral of Kechara
Jog Falls a power place of Vajra Yogini and Heruka: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=108652
5 months ago
Jog Falls a power place of Vajra Yogini and Heruka: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=108652
Don\'t wait for the perfect group. Don\'t wait for the perfect person. Don\'t wait for the perfect situation. Don\'t expect yourself to be perfect. Don\'t even look for perfection at least in our realm as it does not exist or time will run out. Just get going and keep doing good. It\'s between you and yourself. Tsem Rinpoche
5 months ago
Don't wait for the perfect group. Don't wait for the perfect person. Don't wait for the perfect situation. Don't expect yourself to be perfect. Don't even look for perfection at least in our realm as it does not exist or time will run out. Just get going and keep doing good. It's between you and yourself. Tsem Rinpoche
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