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Mastura, a 17-year-old native girl, had never slept on a bed. When her brother-in-law brought a Tzu Chi’s multi-purpose folding bed home and let her sleep on it, she shared happily that it felt good and comfortable. [Photograph by Leong Chian Yee]

How does it feel to sleep on a bed for the first time in 17 years? Native girl, Mastura, finally experienced the comfort of sleeping on a proper bed when she received a Jing Si multi-purpose folding bed from Tzu Chi. This multi-purpose folding bed has become her favourite, and also the whole family’s precious treasure.

Despite the scorching heat, volunteers went house-to-house to invite the public to join theBuddha Bathing Ceremony. [Photograph by Ng Hsiung Hsiung]

Volunteers from Tzu Chi Kuching have been actively inviting members of the public, Buddhist group and schools to participate in the 2015 Buddha Bathing Ceremony, to be held at Stadium Perpaduan Negeri. Some volunteers shared with the public at a parade, some spoke to parents who were waiting for their children at schools, and some conducted house-to-house visits.

The new convenience shop opened by native woman Zahidaima, though small and with modest stocks, is most unique as a way to return the kindness of Tzu Chi and other charity organizations. [Photograph by Leong Chian Yee]

A convenient store was built on an extension adjacent to a house in Kampung Paya Mendoi, approximately 20 minutes’ drive from Kuala Krau town. It was newly opened by a native woman, Zahidaima bte Akin, and has no signboard nor special trademark. But the customers recognized it as a shop filled with love, carrying names of Tzu Chi and other charity organizations in the premise.

Tzu Chi volunteers respectfully solicited donations from the Nepalese workers. [Photograph by Koh Poo Leng]

A ripple of love and compassion was spreading out in Marelli Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd as the workers made donations to the Nepal earthquake victims. For every Ringgit the employee contributes, the company will contribute another Ringgit to double the kindness.

Sunday, 21 May 2000 11:15

Send Love to Nepal

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Some 4,800 people came for the Buddha Bathing Ceremony held at Melaka International Trade Centre. [Photograph by Chin Fook Kuen]

Nepal was hit by a massive earthquake on April 25, 2015. Every attendee who participated in the Buddha Bathing Ceremony this year had sincerely hoped that their earnest prayers would bring more blessings to Nepal.

Nine-year-old Wang Hui Xi, who had four fundraising experiences, donated RM50 from the study grant she received recently to the earthquake victims. [Photograph by Lau Poh Ling]

Tzu Chi volunteers at Kluang took to the streets to raise funds for Nepal earthquake victims, on top of praying piously for them at fellowships. Tzu Chi care recipients* and young children also took part in the fundraising, doing their part in helping others in need.

In preparation for Tzu Chi’s 3-in-1 celebration, volunteers formed a team working non-stop to produce delicious and nutritious buns for the visitors to take away, thus creating good affinity with them. [Photograph by Lim Shy Tean]

For eleven days from April 27, the aroma of buns emanating from the kitchen would fill the atmosphere at KL Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall. Every day, 30 people, comprising volunteers and public members would put aside their daily work to produce buns for the Buddha Bathing Ceremony so as to create good affinity with attendees. A total of 12,000 plain buns and 5,000 vegetarian stuffed-buns were produced.

Students and parents of Tzu Chi’s Da Ai Kindergartens took part in the public session of Buddha Bathing Ceremony. [Photograph by Lai Jih Chuan]

A total of 139 students from Tzu Chi’s kindergartens in Kuala Lumpur (Pandan Indah and Kepong) and 304 family members attended the 2015 Tzu Chi’s 3-in-1 celebration of Buddha’s Day, Mother’s Day and Tzu Chi’s Day at KL Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall.

Nepalese Om Bahokluzkumar, who came to the ceremony with colleagues, folded his palms and prayed reverently for the affected ones in his home country. [Photograph by Lim Chin Shein]

On May 10, 2015, Tzu Chi KL & Selangor held a joint celebration of Buddha’s Day, Mother’s Day and Tzu Chi Day. This year, 86 Nepalese workers had attended the ceremony. Through the Buddha Bathing Ceremony, they felt the great compassion of the Buddha, and offered their blessings to their affected countrymen.