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Chinese New Year

Eight Precepts

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Transference of Merits

Mooncake Festival Celebration

Kathina

Whole Night Paritta Chanting

108 Times Prayers

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Dhamma Talk

Register of Marriage

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Opening Ceremony 24 Oct 2003

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Millennium Dinner

Food Fair at Tai Pei Centre

Annual Dinner



Mooncake Festival Celebration

The Mooncake Festival, also known as Mid-Autumn Festival, falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. It's celebrates the time when the moon is furthest from the earth and is said to be perfectly round. The moon symbolizes balance, harmony and family.
This is a very happy festival as families & neighbours gather together for moon-watching parties whilst children carry brightly-coloured lanterns. Mooncakes filled with exotic fare & tea is always served.

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