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Jimmy Tan Joins Kechara Full-Time!

Nov 20, 2013
Jimmy Tan Joins Kechara Full-Time!

Another young and vibrant student has made Dharma his full-time career! According to Jimmy's colleagues at Kechara House, Jimmy is a very hardworking, committed and a great team player. I am very happy to hear that Jimmy is dedicated to bringing the Dharma to others. He is a great addition to our Kechara family....

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Malaysian International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) Feeds Homeless

May 15, 2011
Malaysian International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) Feeds Homeless

The Malaysian International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) is a yearly event that started in 2001. It aims to increase the size of the local fine dining scene, and to establish Malaysia as an international culinary tourism destination of choice....

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