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Great News from Kechara Blooms

Jun 15, 2015
Great News from Kechara Blooms

I recently received wonderful news that one of our departments, Kechara Blooms, was nominated as one of the top twelve florists in Malaysia! Kechara Blooms was established in 2011 and their range of services includes events and wedding arrangements, floral stylings, designs and displays, etc. Many of my students make offerings of flowers through...

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Yee Ling completes 100,000 water offerings!

Jan 17, 2013
Yee Ling completes 100,000 water offerings!

Yee Ling is currently residing on the outskirts of New York. She has just recently finished her 100,000 water bowl retreat! 100,000 water offerings are part of the preliminary practices to higher tantric practice… the other two are 100,000 butterlamp offerings and 100,000 prostrations. Upon completing her 100,000 water offering retreat, Yee Ling decided...

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What do I do with these?

Apr 20, 2012
What do I do with these?

I have always loved to make offerings of the most beautiful and extensive kind. I get offerings from people also and I want everyone to get the most out of it... so I think offering to the Three Jewels is the best...

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From KD, KSA and KB

Oct 12, 2011
From KD, KSA and KB

This evening I received gifts from the staff of Kechara Discovery, Kechara Saraswati Arts & Kechara Blooms.  They work under the direction of Liaison Paul Yap, who is one of the pioneers to work full time for Kechara when we first started. The staff worked very hard and recently I gave them some gifts...

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Birthday presents from a Birthday boy Edward!

Aug 26, 2011
Birthday presents from a Birthday boy Edward!

While most 12 year old boy’s celebrate their birthday to be able to get lots of presents and to play with their friends, Edward Ooi chose to do it a little differently...

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Refuge Is Important to Some…

Apr 27, 2011
Refuge Is Important to Some…

April 23 2011: Bryan presented me with a beautiful bouquet of flowers and a card. He wrote on the card saying that the gift was for 2 reasons: It has been one year since he has taken refuge with me – it was his one-year refuge anniversary A thank-you for a present that I...

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