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Youths in Malaysian Buddhist Organisations

May 10, 2014
Youths in Malaysian Buddhist Organisations

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear friends, Below is a very good article that asks a list of questions for other fellow senior Buddhists to reflect on. It is primarily based around the topic of whether Malaysian Buddhist organizations are reaching out to the youths of today in the best possible way. The article first seeks...

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1M4U Youth Convention and Concert 2013

Mar 19, 2013
1M4U Youth Convention and Concert 2013

On Saturday (2 March), President of Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) Dato' Ruby Khong, Khong Jean Mei and Khong Jean Ai were invited to be speakers at the REACH OUT Youth Convention and Celebration 2013. Organized by 1M4U, it was held at the Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus where over 1,500 youths attended...

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