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On November 6, 2016, Tzu Chi Muar held its last Parent-child Bonding Class plus graduation ceremony outdoor. [Photograph by Kang Miew Tiang]

The last Parent-child Bonding Class and graduation ceremony was held at Tanjung Emas Park with the theme, “Recycle for our Earth”.

Principal of Da Ai Kindergarten Pandan Indah, Chiah Guat Hoo, presenting graduation certificates to the young graduates. [Photograph by Kevin Tan Kok Sieong]

Three years soon passed by! Memories of their first day coming to the kindergarten, holding on tight to their parents with tearful eyes were still vivid. However, after three years of schooling, they now know how to take care of themselves and others. With their graduation robes on, they walked up the stage confidently to receive their first certification in education.

Volunteers got into full swing to get ready for Tzu Chi Youth Camp. [Photograph by Roy Ng Wei Jian]

The 2016 Tzu Chi Youth Camp was held from October 7 to 9, at KL Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall. The 3D2N Camp was attended by more than 100 tertiary undergraduates from KL and Selangor who learnt together for the betterment of life.

Students happily followed the volunteers for a lantern procession. [Photograph by Chong Pik Fong]

It was a special day for Tzu Chi Kota Kinabalu on September 10, 2016, as the Education Group had specially organized a fellowship-cum-charity event to celebrate the mid-autumn festival.

During the 3D2N camp, parent-child bonding activities were carried out to improve the parent-child interaction. [Photograph by Ng Hsiung Hsiung]

Is it sufficient to just provide material comforts for your children? Through the camp, Li Jing Mei managed to break free from the emotional shackles which had haunted her for years.

A child proudly presented his self-made lanterns using recyclables. [Photograph by Hong Geok Hui]

On September 9, 2016, Melaka Da Ai Kindergarten held an early mid-autumn festive celebration, inviting all parents to join in the occasion. Apart from the usual customs, such as, moon sighting, mooncake tasting and lantern procession, a sketch on the “Legend of Moon Goddess” was also staged besides some parent-child interaction games. It was a memorable night indeed for the 400 attendees.

The inaugural Sports Day, organized by Tzu Chi Kepong Da Ai Kindergarten at Taman Rimba Kiara, had enabled parents and children to spend quality time together. [Photograph by Ong Siew Geok]

It is a blessing to be able to watch our children grow. During the inaugural Sports Day organized by Tzu Chi Kepong Da Ai Kindergarten, parents and children improved their bonding while spending quality time together.

On August 29, 2016, Koo Soo Tiong (2nd right) invited Tzu Chi volunteers over to the Hungry Ghost festival held at his car workshop to promote fundraising for Muar Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall through sale of mooncakes. [Photograph by Lim Mei Fu]

Since 2015 Tzu Chi Muar has been running various programmes to raise funds for the building of Muar Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall. Despite their busy schedule, many entrepreneurs, have contributed generously. They wish to give back to the community and hope for an early completion of the project to enable more hearts to be purified.

The production of 29,700 mooncakes in nine days had given the international school fundraising project a big boost, representing the love of each and every contributor. [Photograph by Yong Siew Lee]

Tzu Chi Melaka volunteers started making mooncakes from August 18 to 26. Volunteers took time off to lend a hand every day. Despite sweating under the hot weather and working by the hot stove, everyone helped out heartily, to raise fund for the construction of the Tzu Chi International School in Melaka.

Ng Chee Moi (2nd right) brought along her granddaughter (1st left) and maid (in green blouse) to make buns to raise funds for Tzu Chi International School. [Photograph by Yong Siew Lee]

Goh Siew Koon and Ng Chee Moi, are two sisters in their 50s, who are very much involved in charitable work. They will contribute as much as they can, and have donated their properties and land for education in order to benefit more children.

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