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High 5 Bread Town is an attraction for visitors of all ages. Besides the fun and excitement, it also enables visitors to learn about the history and the bread-making process.【Photograph by Gan Chian Nee】

Tzu Chi volunteers and teachers of UNHCR Tzu-Chi Education Centres in Kuala Lumpur brought their students to High 5 Bread Town to learn about the history of bread and to see for themselves the process of bread-making.

The children performing the Buddha Bathing Ceremony so meticulously and sincerely. The atmosphere is extremely solemn.【Photograph by Lai Sui Chin】

A Buddha Bathing Ceremony was held at the Kuala Lumpur and Melaka Da Ai Educare Centres respectively. The 4 - 6 year old children, who meticulously performed the ceremony, have all learnt wisdom and compassion from the Buddha.

Under the hot sun, the children toil the soil with hoes. 【Photograph by Lee Szee Lei】

Every meal, tasty dishes will be placed on the table for the children, but they do not know how much hard work was involved prior to the dishes being prepared. After a series of activities, these children learnt about the hard work behind their every meal.

The students working hard to toil the soil.【Photograph by Lim Su San】

On April 10, 2010, students of Tzu Chi Klang's Teenagers' Class experienced the hardwork of a farmer at a vegetable farm. Besides the farming lesson, they also learnt about the Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS).

Collegiate Youth cadres receiving their identity cards from David Liu, CEO of Tzu Chi Melaka.【Photograph by Cheong Huey Chiat】

The 11th Collegiate Cadre Training Camp held in Tzu Chi Melaka enabled cadres in the Central and Southern regions to meet and exchange idea. The nine secondary students, who helped in the camp, vowed to be collegiate youth when they are eligible to join.

Tzu Chi volunteers welcoming the students of University Malaysia Pahang, upon their arrival at their office.【Photograph by Ng Chi Keong】

On March 5, 2010, volunteers from Tzu Chi Kuantan held a tea reception for 32 students of Universiti Malaysia Pahang at their office. Their aim was to inspire the youth to be more filial towards their parents and to be compassionate to the less fortunate.

The sincere look on the faces of these children while offering their prayers!【Photograph by Lee Szee Lei】

With "Say good words, do good deeds and think good thoughts" as the theme, the children of Tzu Chi Da Ai Educare Centre in Melaka and Kuala Lumpur were taught to uphold etiquette and the awareness of environmental protection while celebrating the Lunar New Year festival.

Volunteer explaining to the students about recyclable and non-recyclable items.【Photograph by Lee Ai Peng】

Through DIY handicrafts (using recycled material), movie and sharing by Tzu Chi volunteers, students of Semambu Chinese Primary gained knowledge that they do not learn in the classroom.

Laura realized that the children in Da Ai Educare Centre do not only learn knowledge, but they also learn about mannerism.【Photograph by Lee Szee Lei】

In the five months that Laura spent in Tzu Chi as an AFS Community Service Volunteer, she had served as a "Loving Sister" in the kindergarten, keyed in English articles, did recycling and served in the Free Clinic. She has learned that happiness is derived for serving others.

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