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With helps from the volunteers, the children completed the paper sorting job with only a slight mass.【Photograph by Tan Kim Chew】

"The Earth is smiling happily today! This is because we are protecting the environment by re-organizing the waste into different categories," said 6-year old Huang Guo Cong, while sorting papers into different categories. The joy from these Seed Kindergarten children while doing recycling brought cheers to everyone.

"Kanner Children Centre" organized the third "Walk and Charity Fair for Autism" to create awareness for this disability.【Photograph by Tan Lian Hee】

At the "Walk for Autism 2012"-cum-Charity Fair organized by Kanner Association Melaka, Tzu Chi volunteers were on hand to lend support to the mentally-challenged children, as well as, set up recycling bins to promote the concept of environmental protection to the public.

Children of the school staff also came to help out with the recycling activity. They will take turns to come for the activity in future.【Photograph by Yong Siew Lee】

All teachers and students at Melaka Pay Fong High School recently promoted environmental protection at their premises, with assistance from Tzu Chi volunteers. This "Love the Earth, Love the School" movement will be held during assemblies; and Saturday has been designated the school's Environment Day.

After two months of hard work, the Bekok Recycling Centre was successfully launched on March 24, 2012.【Photograph by Lau Poh Ling】

With Mr and Mrs Wang Liang Tian's kind offer of their old house for a free 10-year tenancy, Tzu Chi Kluang was able to set up their first recycling centre at Bekok. This small centre was officially opened recently, with the blessings and efforts of local residents.

120 Mahkota Medical Centre health workers, including Consultant Physicians, student nurses and teachers attended the lecture by Dr Ng Poh Yin from Kuala Lumpur Hospital.【Photograph by Yong Siew Lee】

In their plan to implement a recycling programme, the Management of Melaka's Mahkota Medical Centre invited Tzu Chi Melaka to give a talk on environmental protection to their staff. Dr Ng Poh Yin from Kuala Lumpur Hospital delivered the talk attended by 120 staff.

Tzu Chi volunteers gave a very warm welcome to the visiting entrepreneurs from Sabah.【Photograph by Tai Fuey Tat】

A group of entrepreneurs from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, took the opportunity to visit Meru Recycling Centre where they also attended a talk on "A Blissful Life for Entrepreneurs" given by Tzu Chi KL-Selangor. The visitors and local volunteers exchanged ideas on corporate social responsibilities.

The Selangor Government has implemented The Green Monday campaign, officiated by Selangor Exco Member, Ronnie Liu (second from left) and PJ City Mayor, Dato Roslan (third from left).【Photograph by Gan Chian Nee】

PJ City Council officially launched "The Green Monday" at the Kelana Jaya D' Hall on February 20, 2012. Tzu Chi KL-Selangor volunteers were invited to attend this function to share the merits of vegetarianism with the local public.

The newlyweds cutting a cake at their wedding dinner.【Photograph by Sim You Wei】

Tzu Chi volunteer, Tew Suwi Dee hosted a vegetarian dinner on the occasion of his daughter's wedding. He also invited Tzu Chi volunteers to share out Tzu Chi's charitable concepts and good values of vegetarian diet with his guests, making it a memorable and meaningful night.

Ampang Jaya Municipal Councilors and Tzu Chi volunteers officiating at the opening of the Taman Putra Tzu Chi Recycling Centre.【Photograph by Lee Ee Hing】

Tzu Chi has a new recycling centre located behind Taman Putra Municipal Hall. It used to be a storeroom before its conversion. This project was approved and coordinated by Ampang Jaya Municipal Councilors, Zhang Qun Fang and Li Shu Zhen respectively.

Huge loads of recyclables were collected after two consecutive days of recycling activities by Tzu Chi during the Thaipusam festival. Its volunteers not only propagated public awareness on environmental protection but also practised what they preached.【Photograph by Wong Chee Fei】

At the annual Thaipusam festival, Tzu Chi Volunteers were on hand on two consecutive days to remind visitors, including Hindu devotees, which exceeded a million, to help advocate environmental protection.

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