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The camp started with a finger-guessing game to break the ice. [Photograph by Chia Chee Yong]

The classes for the 12th Batch of Kluang Tzu Chi Teenagers’ Group (Tzu Shao) have commenced on March 22, 2014. As an opening activity, a two-day camp was held for all the 56 members of the Group, with 35 Tzu Chi volunteers taking part to play their roles.

Mothers giving their children, who are graduating from Da Ai Kindergarten, a big hug.【Photograph by Gary Kong Yuen Foo】

On December 1, 2013, twenty-nine 6-year olds from KL Da Ai Educare Centre attended their graduation at the New Era College Auditorium Hall in Kajang. Through a series of heartwarming programmes, they showed their gratitude to their teachers for their guidance and hard work in the past three years. It is hoped that these children will continue to be filial and grateful to their parents.

The relationship between Tong Xiu Chu and her children has improved after attending the Parent-Child Bonding Class.【Photograph by Chin Fook Kuen】

Tzu Chi's Education Team promotes greater interaction between parents and children to enhance their relationship. This move not only attracts more parents and children to join as Tzu Chi volunteers, but it also extends Tzu Chi's educational activity to different community, thereby reaching out to more people.

The sign-language team presenting the episode of “Repaying Kindness”.【Photograph by Tan Sun Pei】

The Tzu Ching (Collegiate Youth) and Tzu Yi Team from Tzu Chi Kuala Lumpur & Selangor successfully staged the "Profound Parental Love" Musical Drama (adaptation of the Sutra of Filial Piety) on October 13, 2013, at Dewan Wawasan PGRM, after 7 months of intensive preparation. The performances attracted some 5,600 spectators.

With assistance from her classmate, Zhu Juan Qiu (right), Saranya (left) was able to perform the sign-language perfectly.【Photograph by Lee Wei Kean】

Twenty-six Indian classmates of Tinesh, the first Indian Tzu Ching of Tzu Chi Kuala Lumpur & Selangor, attended the musical drama - "Greatness of Parental Love" - on October 13, 2013. Saranya, the only Indian performer, overcame the language barrier with help from her classmate, Zhu Juan Qiu.

Tzu Chi volunteers went to Kapar Secondary (Girls) School, to provide the students with support for the coming examinations.【Photograph by Koh Poo Leng】

A motivational talk organized by a group of Tzu Chi volunteers with sincere hearts had impressed both teachers and students. Teacher Liu Bi Li said, "Today's motivational talk provided great support and encouragement to all students, not only in their studies but also as a good guidance in their life."

The ceremony of lighting up the candles signify that everyone' heart is lit up and will continue to spread goodness in schools.【Photograph by Hong Geok Hui】

After attending the 16 lessons of Great Love (Da Ai) Mothers' Nurturing Class at Tzu Chi Melaka, 12 participants became members of the promotional team of the Great Love Mothers' Nurturing Class. They are to go to schools and tell Jing-Si stories to students, as well as, lead teachers to adopt the Jing-Si Teaching Method.

Taiwan’s Tzu Chi Collegiate Youth and their Melaka counterparts jointly held a 'Happy Kids’ Health Camp' that attracted the participation of 216 children, aging from 7 to 11 years.【Photograph by Chua Fook Yuan】

Taiwan Collegiate Youth group and its supporting task force recently visited Melaka Tzu Chi on a humanity educational exchange programme. They also joined their local counterparts in organizing a Health Camp to teach children to adopt a healthy and eco-friendly diet.

Students from Bukit Beruang Primary School’s Special Class performed for the TC Elementary teachers and students. The visitors joined in with hand gestures and created a warm atmosphere.【Photograph by Hong Geok Hui】

Teachers and students of Tzu Chi Elementary School, Taiwan, were in Melaka on a cultural and educational exchange from July 10 - 14, 2013. They also experienced the exotic and unique culture and tradition of Malaysia, which made their summer break more meaningful.

Tzu Chi University’s students and staff Jian Li Ren (1st right) in action at Tsun Jin High School.【Photograph by Kevin Tan Kok Sieong】

After the training camp, the Tzu Chi University (TCU) team went to schools in Klang Valley, Melaka, Seremban and Muar to promote “Say No to Drug” campaign to students.

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