20170825 Overseas students recruitment fair

20170825 Overseas students recruitment fair

Although Malaysia as a country attaches great importance to education, Malays are given priority when it comes to higher education. This has limited the educational opportunities for ethnic Chinese along with other non-Malays, which means even if the Chinese students are receive excellent grades, there still might not get into school in their own country.

20170825 Handmade trophies for sports day

20170825 Handmade trophies for sports day

In our continuing series on the preparations for the sports day of Tzu Chi kindergartens in Malaysia, today we look at the trophies given on this special day. To promote environmental protection, the teachers invited the children and their parents to hand make trophies from recyclables.

20170825 Still filled with energy

20170825 Still filled with energy

5-year-old Wong Ze Jun attends the Tzu Chi Kindergarten in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Each year the school hosts a Veggie Planet Campaign, asking students to abstain from eating meat for a number of days. Ze Jun plans to do reach the planet as an astronaut with his family’s support.

20170824 Accompanying classmates with patience

20170824 Accompanying classmates with patience

Tzu Chi kindergartens in Malaysia hold regular sports day to give children a chance to exercise as well as to cultivate good sportsmanship. Next, let’s join the Tzu Chi Kindergarten in Bayan Lepas as teachers help trained their students prior to the sports day, to help them get prepared both physically and mentally.

20170824 Working to bolster medical services

20170824 Working to bolster medical services

In Malaysia, those over the age of 60 don’t have to pay to see a doctor while those under 60 only have to pay about 25 US cents to see a doctor at the public hospitals. Still, public hospitals are always overcrowded and the wait for surgery may take several weeks. Those who don’t want […]

20170823 Inspiring children’s love of sport

20170823 Inspiring children’s love of sport

Tzu Chi kindergarten in Penang, Malaysia, recently held its sports day for the tenth year. This kindergarten was influenced by the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games to hold such event. Teachers of this kindergarten believe that this special day can help improve children’s physical and mental health, as well as inspire their sportsmanship.

20170823 Using the power of media to purify minds

20170823 Using the power of media to purify minds

Her Rey-Sheng, director of Tzu Chi’s department of humanitarian development, went to Tzu Chi Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chapter in Malaysia for an open dialogue with the local media professionals. By doing so, he hopes the media industry can expand the power of goodness to make society a better place.

20170823 Teachers send warmth & love to students

20170823 Teachers send warmth & love to students

Recently Tzu Chi volunteers from the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chapter began their home visitations for Happy Campus Scholarship recipients. As the family visits got underway in Selangor, a counselor from Seri Serdang Junior High also joined the Tzu Chi volunteers.

20170819 Two day camp for Tzu Shaos

20170819 Two day camp for Tzu Shaos

Tzu Chi Malacca in Malaysia held a two-day camp for Tzu Shaos. The volunteers from Taiwan and Malacca designed various events relating to seeking a job because they wanted these youngsters to learn how to prepare themselves for the future.