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A volunteer guiding a child to search for answers to the quiz from the posters.【Photograph by Tham Yok Seng】

Tzu Chi Tampin was invited to promote its environmental protection concepts at a Charity Fair organized recently by Bukit Gelugor New Village Chinese Primary School. Visitors were amazed with the clothing made of recycled PET bottles!

A volunteer guiding the local residents in sorting out recyclables. 【Photograph by Koh Poo Leng】

After attending the May 12, 2013, Grand Buddha Bathing Ceremony, a few Indian participants residing at Padang Jawa Flats became Tzu Chi volunteers. And, upon learning about the importance of environmental protection, they set up a recycling point in their residential area.

Keng Chee Chinese Primary School’s teachers and students brought joy and vitality to the recycling centre every Monday.【Photograph by Soh Teck Hing】

Unloading activities at Port Klang jetty started early in the morning. Some Tzu Chi volunteers were there eagerly waiting for the arrival of boats ferrying recyclables from Pulau Ketam…

Tzu Chi volunteer, Huang Gui Lan, explaining to a group of students about the categories of recyclables.【Photograph by Siow Yau Chu】

Environmental Protection is a global issue that concerns us all. On June 18-19, 2013, Tzu Chi Seremban's volunteers held an environmental protection exhibition at Nilai University, to highlight this issue and get more people to take action in protecting the environment.

Tzu Chi volunteers were on hand to help the students with the sorting of resources. 【Photograph by Lee Ling Shiao】

On June 15 & 16, 2013, Pay Fong High School, a Malaysian Chinese Independent High School located in Melaka, celebrated its 100th Anniversary. Students decorated their classrooms with recycled materials and Tzu Chi volunteers helped them to recover resources generated.

There were so many PET bottles on Pulau Ketam. Volunteers worked in teams to clean up the polluted island.【Photograph by Gary Kong Yuen Foo】

"There is hope if people will begin to awaken that spiritual part of themselves, that heartfelt knowledge that we are but caretakers of this planet, because we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, but borrowed it from our children."

Saturday, 25 May 2013 00:00

Raising the Bar of Awareness

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Volunteer Chun Hwa explaining the different categories of recyclables. The 'ten finger' concept allows one to grasp and remember the categories. 【Photography by Teh Seng Lim】

A few meters up the narrow and winding road from Hew Nursery lay Tzu Chi's Subang Perdana Recycling Centre. On this bright and sunny day on May 25, 2013, volunteers were on hand to welcome a group of 20 visitors from Panasonic Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. - Sales and Service Centre.

TIMA members and Tzu Chi volunteers arriving at the temple to promote environmental protection.【Photograph by Low Mai Yin】

The annual Wesak Celebration at Kuala Lumpur's Sentul Sri Lankan Buddhist Temple attracted thousands people to participate in Buddha Bathing, blessing, chanting, vegetarian meals, and so on. Tzu Chi volunteers and TIMA members were on hand to promote environmental protection to the public.

Tzu Chi volunteers pleading silently to the crowd at the Wesak Procession, to keep the environment clean with posters.【Photograph by Ngow Judy】

Tzu Chi volunteers in Melaka continued with their environmental protection campaign on the eve of this year's Wesak Procession organized by Seck Kia Eenh Buddhist Temple. The streets were much cleaner as people are now more aware of this important issue.

Tzu Chi volunteer, Chew Siew Leng showing students how to re-organize recyclables through playing a game with them.【Photograph by Wong Mun Heng】

A storeroom-converted recycling centre in RRI Sungai Buloh Tamil Primary School was officially opened on May 22, 2013. On the same day, Tzu Chi volunteers were invited to give a talk on environmental protection to the teachers and students.