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Visit by His Eminence the 7th Ling Rinpoche

Story by Loh Gaik Wah / Photos by H.S.Seow

On December 3rd 2009, Venerable Wei Wu together with Bro. Chan and Bro. Ping Ken received His Eminence the 7th Ling Rinpoche and his entourage from Chokyi Gyaltsen Center. On the way to Than Hsiang Temple, Venerable Wei Wu took the opportunity to bring Ling Rinpoche and everyone else including Sister Annee, Sister Pek and Dr. Daniel Yeoh who is the director of the Chokyi Gyaltsen Center; to visit Than Hsiang Farlim center.

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Ullambana

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Loh Gaik Wah

On September 3rd, which coincides with the 15th day of the 7th lunar month, a ceremony was held in conjunction with the Buddhist Ullambana Festival. The ceremony started with the chanting of the Ullambana Sutra at 10:45am at the Main Shrine Hall on the 6th floor of Than Hsiang Temple. After that, staff and devotees adjourned to Hall of the Great Vow to chant the Heart Sutra.

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Report on 2nd IBC Convocation 2009

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Hong Yew Chye

The 2nd IBC Convocation was officially declared opened by The Rector, Ven. Prof Dhammajoti for the conferment of degrees on 2nd August 2009. On stage to witness the event were the chairman,Ven Wei Wu, the honored guests and speakers, academic staffs, while students and recipients of degrees /certificates, and well-wishers both local and foreign took their seats in the well decorated auditorium.
Prof Willemen, Vice-Rector for research and postgraduate studies, presented the citation of Prof Karunadasa, who was invited by the council of IBC to deliver the convocation address.

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Report on the 2009 Than Hsiang Sunday dharma class youth camp ( life, wisdom and set sail)

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Hong Yew Chye

The annual dharma youth camp organized by the Than Hsiang Sunday class youth group was launched on the 11/6. The 4 day 3 nite camp ended on the 14/6. The theme for this year was “life, wisdom and set sail “ which referred to the growing up, the search for wisdom and setting sail toward the goal of dharma cultivation. The primary objective of the camp was to initiate and establish a caring society endowed with loving kindness and gratitude.

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