Myanmar Refugee Kids Tuition Project

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela. On the 26th of October, 8 volunteers spent their great Friday morning teaching a group of Myanmar kids at the Manna House Centre. Myanmar Refugee Kids Tuition Project is a long term community service project which allows volunteers […]

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Myanmar Refugee Tuition Project

‘One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.’ — Malala Yousafzai Come join us in Myanmar Refugee Tuition Project that happens every Friday to meet these lovely children and teach them simple Science and Mathematics! All it takes for you to make a difference is to sign up and volunteer for […]

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Recycling Sunday for the year 2014

Recycling Sunday is a community recycling activity carried out by Tzu Chi Foundation. We would be helping out Tzu Chi to segregate recyclable things from waste materials into various categories. October A total of 18 SSV members involved. November A total of 16 SSV members involved. December A total of 6 SSV members involved. Main […]

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Weekly SMK Bandar Sunway Tuition

Following the success of the “Weekly Myanmar Refugee Kids Tuition Project”, the team remains passionate and has taken up another tutoring project – the “Weekly SMK Bandar Sunway Tuition Project” was introduced as a long term project in September 2013. Every Friday afternoon, a group of 5 – 8 student volunteers head to SMK Bandar […]

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Weekly Myanmar Kids Tuition Project

The “Weekly Myanmar Refugee Kids Tuition Project” has been one of our long term projects since August 2011. Every Friday afternoon, a bunch of student volunteers will depart from campus to the centre at Sunway Mentari to teach the kids English, Geography and Arts, followed by fun and simple activities. At the beginning, it was […]

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