Dining for peace

22 July 2010 - 3:47pm 2 Comments
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The Kechara World Peace Centre scale model was extremely popular among the guests...

...who were keen to learn more about what would be available at KWPC!

The displays from Kechara's many departments stretched the length of the foyer

As the main beneficiary of the event, Kechara House's booth attracted a lot of attention with guests asking questions about pujas and kids education classes

Kechara Soup Kitchen was the other beneficiary and their booth educated the public about the plight of the homeless and underpriviledged in Kuala Lumpur

Kechara Discovery wow-ed the public with stunning pendants and jewellery

In fact, their booth was so popular that it stayed open throughout the duration of the dinner, with customers dropping by non-stop to view their latest collection of pendants

Kechara Paradise's booth was also extremely busy throughout the night

Kechara Media & Publications displayed a wide range their products including many books of Rinpoche's teachings...

... and their most recent book - the Tsongkhapa box set!

Close by was Kechara In Motion, with Ms Han manning the booth.

2 Responses to Dining for peace

  1. What is heartfelt and so encouraging is the number of new faces among the crowd of familiar faces then… and now appearing in our activities – all just after one week! I am sure more will turn up!

    Who are these people? People from all walks of life, kindred with goodwill and enthusiasm to support Kechara and all activities. Their positive motion did not stop with just donations, the tickets buying, but continue with coming in, learning and touching base with us by participation, lending us the much needed hands and sharing.

    And that’s the positive response we get – through everyone’s kindness and generosity for not just putting on a fantastic show but embracing and living the dream in our hearts, thus making it a reality, steadily and surely.

  2. [...] participating as one of the Wondergirls during Kechara’s ‘Dining for Peace‘ charity [...]