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Despite being born without palms, 6-year-old Hong Jun Sen, who is keen to learn, has been a “wonderful boy” to his teacher, Yau Huey Lu. [Photograph by Yong Mun Fei]

Born without palms, Hong Jun Sen has only one finger on his left and right wrists. But the boy loves to play, laugh, and learn. Always beaming with smiles, the 6-year-old is precious to his parents and is a “wonderful boy” to his teachers. Thanks to the love he received in his journey of growth, he is now a happy little angel waiting to soar to great heights.

Some children are seen here experiencing work at the food preparation group under their parents’ care. [Photograph by Wong Siew Chin]

This year, the Parent-child Bonding Class (PCBC) began implementing life education in its curriculum. With this, the children, aged between 7 and 12, get to experience contributing from behind-the-scenes and learn some living skills under their parents’ and volunteers’ guidance. As Master Cheng Yen hopes, this will be an education that forms the foundation for the younger generations, to grow up as pillars of society equipped with knowledge and virtue.

Elaine Kang, a famous local singer, sang in support of the construction of TCISKL. [Photograph by Lim Chin Tong]

Datuk Elaine Kang, a famous Malaysian singer, sang in four concerts held at KL Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall, on February 24 and 25, 2018. The aim was to raise funds for the construction of the Tzu Chi International School Kuala Lumpur.

Yong Lok Mooi worked hard all her life and was diagnosed with cancer in the later stages of life. She felt that life is full of uncertainties but she does not blame others for it. Instead, she feels blessed for being able to help the Tzu Chi International school. [Photograph by Yong Mun Fei]

Sixty-three-year-old Yong Lok Mooi has a good eye for investment, even from the beginning of her entrepreneurial days. She had dedicated her time and energy in her younger days towards her career, earning herself a steady life into her old age. After her retirement, she decided to convert a house into “bricks”, without the hope of high returns, but with a heart of love and blessing towards young students.

The song, “Remembrance”, reminded everyone of the beautiful memories in their younger days. [Photograph by Lai Jih Chuan]

September 30, 2017, was a homecoming day for over 400 Tzu Ching members and alumni, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Tzu Chi Collegiate Youth Association (Tzu Ching) in Central, Southern and East Malaysia. Despite the progress of time, the bonds remain strong for many, as deep in everyone’s heart, they are, forever, a part of the Tzu Ching family.

The groundbreaking ceremony of TCISKL marked a momentous milestone for Tzu Chi’s Mission of Education in Malaysia. [Photograph by Tan Chee Teong]

It was drizzling in the early morning of September 16, 2017. The air felt fresh and the Malaysian and Tzu Chi flags were flying gaily in the breeze, welcoming the 4,665 guests and Tzu Chi volunteers to the groundbreaking ceremony of Tzu Chi International School KL on a 7.67-acre land in Bukit Jalil.

At three venues but one common goal, the charity fair aimed to raise funds for Tzu Chi International School Kuala Lumpur building project. [Photograph by Sam Pin Fook]

On August 27, 2017, Tzu Chi KL & Selangor held a charity fair concurrently at three venues (KL Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall, One City Shopping Centre in Subang Jaya and SJK(C) Taman Connaught) to raise funds for the Tzu Chi International School Kuala Lumpur building project.

Chu Moi Eng hopes that with the establishment of TCISKL, it will provide more educational opportunities for the future generation. She believes that education is important and will make a big difference in a person’s life. [Photograph by Low Hui Cheng]

Sewing had been part of their lives for the past half-decade. When they were young, sewing was their source of income to support their families, as well as, their children’s education. Later, sewing became a symbol of love and support towards the Tzu Chi International School Kuala Lumpur (TCISKL) fundraising charity sale.

Koh Khong Way’s mother, Tan Bee Jin (in grey top), made a vow to donate all the proceeds from the sale of her son’s paintings to TCISKL. [Photograph by Tam Yu Siong]

At the Tzu Chi International School KL (TCISKL) fundraising charity sale, the paintings by Koh Khong Way, a youth with Down syndrome, and the Zentangle drawings by Goh Kai Le, a hyperactive girl, drew the visitors’ attention. They sold their art pieces not for personal profits, but for the school fund.

Kam Boon Hong showed his daughter, Kam Xin Yan, how to arrange the cookies. She listened and observed carefully. [Photograph by Lim Choon Huat]

When Tzu Chi volunteers in KL & Selangor area were busy preparing for a fundraising charity event at three different locations on August 27, 2017, little Kam Xin Yan, a four-year-old, was  keeping herself busy. She helped making cookies for the sale, and donated all her savings from Chinese New Year blessings to the worthy cause of establishing the Tzu Chi International School Kuala Lumpur (TCISKL).

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