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At the end of the activity, all gathered to shout: 'Save the Mother Earth!'【Photograph by Tan Ah Lek】

From "Tzu Chi in Review 2012", staff of Konica Minolta Glass Tech (M) Sdn Bhd were so inspired by the image of Burmese farmer, U Win Tun, reminding his family, prior to his demise, to continue saving rice to help people, that they decided to emulate his kindness.

Happy volunteers with their ‘harvest’.【Photograph by Ng Ton Leong】

Tzu Chi volunteers took the opportunity to promote recycling to the Hindu devotees during the Masi Magam celebration on February 24 and 25, 2013. Four truckloads of recyclables were salvaged.

Guided by Tzu Chi volunteer Khow Siew Moi (1st left), the Mayor of Shah Alam City, Datuk Mohd Jaafar Mohd Atan (2nd right) put the recyclables into the appropriate recycling bins.【Photograph by Chan Tuck Meng】

In 2011, Tzu Chi KL & Selangor launched "A Recycling Centre in Every Community" Campaign. To-date 60 recycling centres had been established. On February 23, 2013, another one was opened at Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam.

Tzu Chi volunteers were assigned to beautify the stretch behind Tzu Chi’s campus.【Photograph by Yong Siew Lee】

One hundred and five institutions and organizations (including Tzu Chi Melaka), and members of the public were invited to join the Melaka River beautification activity held in conjunction with “My Beautiful Malaysia Day” on February 3, 2013.

After completing the cleaning, all of them enjoyed a steamboat lunch.【Photograph by Ng Hock Thai】

On January 20, 2013, more than 80 volunteers cleaned up the Xishe Recycling Centre and had a reunion lunch prior to the Chinese New Year celebration. Recycling volunteers also used their creativity to decorate the Centre with reused New Year ornaments.

A celebration was held in conjunction with the 1st Anniversary of Klang's Recycling Education Centre.【Photograph by Lam Wai Ann】

Tzu Chi Klang's Meru Recycling Education Centre, which has been in operation since last September, has played its part well in promoting recycling and environmental protection in the community. It has also become a second home to many elderly people!

A song entitled, “A Clean Earth” marked the opening of Tzu Chi’s first recycling centre in Kota Kinabalu.【Photograph by Yong Sui Mee】

The first recycling centre in Kota Kinabalu was officially opened recently. The developer, Sinar Pembangunan, has leased out the centre at a token rental fee of RM1/-. Senior citizens living in the vicinity have been gathering in this centre since it started operation in July this year.

Volunteers with their environmental protection posters.【Photograph by Alex Tan】

Rawang's Bandar Country Homes has been chosen by the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) for this year's "Zon Bersih (Clean Zone)" cleanliness awareness programme. On September 30, 2012, Tzu Chi was again invited to promote their environmental protection concepts to the residents.

Lim Ser San (right) and Chua Zi Moi (centre) handing over the "key" to the recycling centre to Recycling Leader Goh Hong Leng (left).【Photograph by Ng Pei Sze】

Tzu Chi Muar has been carrying out its recycling activities for the past 14 years without a permanent recycling centre. On August 20, 2012, 190 volunteers and members of the public gathered to celebrate the opening of their first recycling centre, the He Feng Recycling Centre.

Thursday, 02 August 2012 00:00

Sri Damansara ING Trainers Go Green

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Volunteer Chan sharing a 1.5 hour 'Go Green' presentation with about 30 trainers and adminstrative staff.【Photograph by Teh Seng Lim】

A single request from management to look into cutting down resources and to go green for the organization was all it took to initiate a talk. Mandy, Head of Personal Effectiveness Faculty, ING Academy, found the channel Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, through word-of-mouth.

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