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Customers donated whatever amounts they desired into the charity box, the proceeds of which will go towards the building funds for the new Jing Si Hall.【Photograph by Chow Wing Kong】

Poh Ling Hair Saloon in Kepong held a "Charity Haircut" activity to raise funds for the Kuala Lumpur Jing Si Hall's Building Fund. The response was encouraging, with support from their regular clientele and walk-ins as well.

At the end of the visit, visitors and volunteers took a group photo.【Photograph by Tan Sin Fatt】

More than 80 Buddhist youths from eight countries visited Tzu Chi Melaka on January 7, 2009. The visitors were introduced to Tzu Chi on their guided tour and shown video clips in addition to the sharing by volunteers and presentation of Tzu Chi songs.

The Four-in-One Cadre Camp for volunteers in Melaka, Kuala Lumpur and Klang was held at Melaka Jing-Si Hall on January 1, 2010.【Photograph by Tan Lian Hee】

On January 1, 2010, more than 900 volunteers from Melaka, Kuala Lumpur and Klang Chapters chose to come to Melaka Jing-Si Hall to learn from the success of their fellow teams in recruiting new donating members and volunteers.

Brother Stephen Huang, Director of Global Operations of Tzu Chi, shared his life's experiences with some 300 entrepreneurs at Empire Hotel, Subang Jaya.【Photograph by Lim Yen Kuan】

Brother Stephen Huang shared his experiences as a Tzu Chi volunteer with about 300 entrepreneurs. Many came out of curiosity of Tzu Chi but left with the promise to give back to society what society has given them.

The Blissful Life Talk by David Liu in Seremban was held after a lapse of 4 years.【Photograph by Ng Eng Wei】

In his book, "Dawn of Awakening", David Liu, CEO of Tzu Chi Melaka & Singapore, recorded many of his observations of people and experiences in Tzu Chi. With humour, he pointed out that Dharma is everywhere in our daily life.

Chang Chi-duo, executive director of foundation's New York branch, brings back the good news. (Photo provided by Tzu Chi Foundation)

On Monday, the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC) awarded 'Special Consultative Status' to the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, an acknowledgement of its outstanding charity and medical work across the world. ECOSOC is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations. It made the announcement of the award at a meeting of its board of directors on Monday morning, 19 July, 2010, New York time.

Accompanied by the volunteers, Madam Wu discharged her son's body from the hospital.【Photograph by Ong Tuen Yiok】

Taiwanese tourist, Xie Ming Huang, passed away while holidaying in Sabah. Tzu Chi volunteers provided assistance and consolation to his family on their arrival until their departure.

Dr Chua Mei Ping shared how she changed from a meat lover to a vegetarian after joining Tzu Chi.【Photograph by Wong Mun Heng】

The Second English Training Course for Jian-Xi volunteers for 2010 was held at Tzu Chi Melaka. It was attended by 73 English-speaking volunteers from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Klang, Melaka and Seremban.

Many volunteers came to help with the wrapping of the dumplings.【Photograph by Tan Sin Fatt】

Once again, Tzu Chi volunteers gathered at Tzu Chi Melaka's kitchen from June 1-12 to produce vegetarian dumplings for charity sales, as well as, promote vegetarianism in conjunction with the Dumpling Festival...

Volunteers watching the installation of Tzu Chi's signage with a feeling of gratitude. 【Photograph by Yap Siew Pang】

Tzu Chi Kuantan has moved to their new centre on June 12, 2010. The occasion was celebrated with a Blissful Life Talk for the public. Volunteers from 12 Chapters in West and East Malaysia were present.

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