Day 2 – World Chinese Book Fair

20 November 2010 - 10:43pm Comments Off

The second day of the World of Chinese Book Fair saw plenty of action over at the Kechara booths, where visitors were greeted by friendly faces eager to talk about Buddhism, Kechara and why our departments are represented at the fair. Also on hand were staff like Louise Lee, Wong Yen Pin and Lili Ng, who even gave a glass painting demonstration.

Kechara Saraswati Arts (KSA), Kechara Discovery (KD) and Kechara Media & Publications (KMP) will be at the Mines until 28 November 2010, with fantastic promotions on some spectacular Buddha images, Dharma books and exquisite pendants so get yourself down there today, and make sure you don’t miss out! Click HERE for more details on how to get to the Mines and what activities we will be running there!

Jia Vern (teddy bear), Katrina (Vajrayogini pendant) and Lelaina (Green Tara pendant) with their gifts from His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche

Becky Yap (Kechara Saraswati Arts administrator) and Mr Lam passing out our quarterly newsletter No More Caves to the public

Louise Lee speaks to customers at the Kechara Discovery booth

Louise Lee speaks to customers at the Kechara Discovery booth

Anna Tan came by to lend a volunteering hand at the fair

KSA's youngest volunteers promoting art classes to the public

Jutika and Pavara take a break to pose with the KSA and KD Head of Department Paul Yap

Wong Yen Pin arms herself with more copies of No More Caves to distribute to visitors at the fair

As Louise explained the pendants, Yen Pin drew them in with the newsletter

Lili Ng gave a glass painting demonstration at the fair

Learn how to jazz up your glassware with KSA!

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