Manjushri Kids Class

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Are you a Manjushri Kid yet? If you are not, you are missing out on a lot of fun! Teacher Ling, Teacher Gim Lee and Teacher Alex are really funny, and they care a lot. They tell lots of interesting stories, there are many fun games, singing, painting, drawing, crafts and sometimes there are trips out to places.

Also, Rinpoche is so kind that he has donated lots of toys and there are always lucky draws and games where winners get to choose their own toy. There are also lots of other kids so you get to make plenty of friends at class.

At Kechara House, there are many activities where kids can join in, like the Lantern Festival.

So what are you waiting for? Manjushri Kids meet on Sundays from 2pm to 4pm at Kechara House at Petaling Jaya. Come quick and don’t miss out on this any longer. Ask your parents if you can go. If they need directions for how to find us, they can easily find the directions HERE.

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  1. [...] drew herself with her parents and Ling. She loves her parents very much…Ling is her Manjushri Kid’s Class teacher whom she respects and really  listens [...]

  2. [...] Phng Li Kim’s youngest boy. He is very playful and very cute. He actively participates in MKC (Manjushri Kids Class) and everyone just adores him. He is only 6 years old but don’t let his cuteness deceive [...]

  3. [...] aim is to raise funds for the Manjushri Kids Class. I am very very happy and proud of the team who have done such a wonderful job to get this book [...]

  4. [...] would attend. Those that came were generally parents…they would drop off their children at Manjushri Kid’s Class then make their way to Kechara House for the Simplified Lamrim class. The syllabus does not focus [...]

  5. [...] 9 year old girl who comes to Kechara House with her parents. She’s an active student in the Manjushri Kids Class (MKC) and despite her age, she loves joining Kechara’s weekly Setrap [...]