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A Generation Gone

Jul 30, 2017
A Generation Gone

Every Chinese Lunar New Year, it is customary for the younger members of the family clan to visit and wish their elders “Gong Xi Fa Cai”. In my case, as my mother lived in Perth, the first thing to do on New Year’s morning was to call and wish her a Happy New Year, and...

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An Exhumation of Ancestral Graves

Jun 30, 2017
An Exhumation of Ancestral Graves

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Datuk May) Being of Chinese descent, the very thought of exhuming an ancestral grave causes great concern and superstitious fear of impending misfortune and inauspiciousness. The inevitability of having to exhume ancestral graves occurred twice before for me but somehow I was not that affected as someone else was going...

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A special Memorial Prayer by Kechara

Sep 30, 2012
A special Memorial Prayer by Kechara

Last night, Kechara House under the leadership of Mr Paul Yap held a Memorial Prayer for the late Mr Tan Kim Beng, the father of Joseph Tan.

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Within 24 hours, Two Funerals

May 23, 2012
Within 24 hours, Two Funerals

Mama Mooi Lan On the evening of May 19, I sadly went to perform funeral rites for Mama Mooi Lan… Mama Mooi Lan is my long-time Dharma friend who helped me a lot when I first came to Malaysia. She has been my friend and supporter for 20 years now. We have had a...

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In Memory of Justin Ripley, 1975-2011

Dec 31, 2011
In Memory of Justin Ripley, 1975-2011

On Friday, 23rd December 2011, I was in my room with Justin Ripley and one or two other people, and we were all having a conversation about work and the different things that we want to do. I even stuck in a short talk about impermanence and how our lives can end...

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