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If parents and children grow up together, their interaction will be warm and harmonious.【Photograph by Loh Siew Chien】

Good habits have to be cultivated at a young age. Kai Peng, 11, and Kai Qi, 7, are two very independent siblings, who also have many good habits that children their age do not possess. Why then are they so different?

A scene of the graduation ceremony held in the park.【Photograph Ng Pei Sze】

Tzu Chi Muar's 10th Teenagers' Camp-cum-Graduation Ceremony was held on November 12-13. This time, the senior members of the group shouldered the responsibility of organizing the activity. Both the organizing team and participants gained much through their participation.

Teacher Bee Yong Chin explaining to the students the meaning of the songs' lyrics using examples in daily life.【Photograph by Yong Siew Lee】

Since the start of the "Dharma As Water" performance activity in August, the children of Melaka Da Ai Educare have become more aware of their behaviour. They admit their misbehaviour and beg for forgiveness readily; and they also remind each other to be good.

Zhuang Shu Xuan (right) although not very fluent in explaining but she tried reading the information for her audience.【Photograph by Yong Siew Lee】

A vegetarianism campaign was held by Melaka Da-Ai Education Centre on October 14, 2011. The 6-year old children made fresh vegetarian spring rolls (popiah) to share with their parents, as well as, encourage them to join the rank of Earth's saviors.

Close to 600 people have come together to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Tzu Chi Collegiate for Central-Southern and East Malaysia at the Yoke Choy School Hall.【Photograph by Tee Kim Wooi】

The 15th Anniversary of Tzu Chi Collegiate Youth Association of East Malaysia and Central-Southern Peninsular Malaysia was joyfully celebrated by 578 members, 346 of whom were alumni. That evening 70 alumni also staged an exerpt from "Water Repentance".

Cheng Jia Le (in light blue shirt) has learnt much through serving the elderly.【Photograph by Low Siew Lian】

On September 27, 2011, Tzu Chi Melaka held a welcoming reception for the new undergraduates of Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UteM). Collegiate Youth member, Cheng Jia Le, encouraged the students to participate in social work besides studying.

Brother Tan Peng Hong explaining to the flower arrangement students about his realization of life and sickness through flower arrangement.【Photograph by Goh Ah Lian】The September 21, 2011, flower arrangement class by Tzu Chi Melaka Continuing Education Centre was special. That day, the Class Teacher, Linda Choo Bee Hua presented a pot of flowers designed by her cancer-stricken husband, Tan Peng Hong.

The participants were trying hard to peel the skin of a pomelo in the shortest possible time.【Photograph by Cho Tiong Chai】

Youth today spend a lot of time playing computer games or communicating with others through Facebook. On September 11, 2011, volunteers in Seremban brought their Teenagers' Class to the park for an outdoor lesson and to play games.

Teacher Yu Li Qing explaining the objectives of "Bodhi Seeds Editorial Committee" on the first day.【Photograph by Lee Bee Kuan】

Three very experienced Taiwanese teachers were in Malaysia from September 2-4, 2011, to promote Tzu Chi's educational concepts to volunteers, school principals, teachers and parents. Their generous experience-sharing were enlightening.

The senior members leading the juniors to shoulder responsibility in spreading Tzu Chi to their fellow collegiate.【Photograph by Ho Wen Yee】

About 220 collegiate youth members (Tzu Ching) from Malaysia and Singapore came to Melaka Jing-Si Hall to participate, or assist, in a training camp from August 29-31. There they learnt about Tzu Chi's spirits and their responsibilities as a collegiate youth member.

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