VV Thrangu Rinpoche’s itinenary to Malaysia from 6 May to 19 May 2010

Date
Day
Hosting Center
Program
06 May
Thursday
Rinpoche’s arrival (ETA: 12.30pm)
Rest at TDSPJ
07 May
Friday
TDSPJ (Chinese Assembly Hall, KL)
Kagyu Monlam
08 May
Saturday
TDSPJ (Chinese Assembly Hall, KL)
Kagyu Monlam
09 May
Sunday
TDSPJ (Chinese Assembly Hall, KL)
Kagyu Monlam
10 May
Monday
KKDS Kuching
Chunti Puja
11 May
Tuesday
KKDS Kuching
Chunti Puja
12 May
Wednesday
KKDS Kuching
Chunti Puja
13 May
Thursday
Sibu Centre
Rest at Sibu Centre
14 May
Friday
Sibu Centre
Karachakra Puja
15 May
Saturday
Sibu Centre
Karachakra Puja
16 May
Sunday
Sibu Centre
Karachakra Puja
17 May
Monday
Back to KL and travel by car to Ipoh
Visit Ipoh Cave
18 May
Tuesday
TDSPJ
Rest at TDSPJ
19 May
Wednesday
Bangkok

1,000 People Dinner

Kindly take note that the Namo Buddha Buddhist Society in Sibu, Sarawak is organizing a 1,000 people dinner at the Bangunan Dato Seri Lim Bock Seng, SRJKC Sungei Way Petaling Jaya on the 23rd of May 2010. The purpose is to raise funds for the Qinghai Earthquake.

We applaud their compassion but to avoid any confusion, we would like to inform the public  thatThrangu Dharma Society (Petaling Jaya) are not at all consulted or are involved in any way in the organization  of this project. The mention of Thrangu Dharma Society Petaling Jaya in their sponsorship form is misleading.

The Bank Account Stated therein are not the bank account of Thrangu Dharma Society Petaling Jaya designated for the “Qinghai Yushu Earthquake Relief Funds”.

Thrangu Dharma Society Petaling Jaya will continue to promote the Qinghai Yushu Earthquake Relief Funds which was launched since 14th of April 2010.

John Fam
President
Thrangu Dharma Society Petaling Jaya
28 April 2010

 声明启事

 事由砂涝越,诗巫南无布达佛学院将于5月23日假双溪威小学拿督斯里林木生大楼举办《玉树地震赈灾慈善法会》仟人晚宴。我们尊崇他们的善举。然而,为了避免混淆视听,谨此澄清如下,

本佛教中心并未受徵询或参与任何上述晚宴筹备工作。

 他们单方面将本八达灵创古佛教中心名号列入赞助表格内颇有误导性。

 其表格内所示的银行账户并非八达灵创古佛教中心为《青海玉树抗震赈灾》募捐活动所特设的账户。

本中心将坚持不懈的为2010414日所启动的《青海玉树抗震赈灾》募捐继续加油。

八达灵创古佛教中心
主席 范新麟 敬启
2010428

3rd Malaysia Kaygu Monlam 2010 Kuala Lumpur – Adjacent Hotels updated as at 27 April 2010

Adjacent Hotel Rates

Nearest Hotel from Venue
Hotel
Distance
From
Venue
Google rating
Std Room Rate
(Price subject to change)
Tel
Remark
Hotel Summer View
About 15min by car New 118 nett (twin sharing) 03-2260 1818 All Monks will be accommodated in this new hotel
Midah
0.1 km SW 1.5 stars 135 nett (twin sharing) 03-22739999
Mandarin Court
0.4 km SE 2.0 stars 180++ (twin sharing)
Free for 4th night
03-22739933
Mirama
0.5 km SE 2.5 stars 138 nett (twin sharing) 03-21489122
ChinaTown
0.5 km N 3.5 stars 89.90 nett standard 03-20729933 Preferred
China Town Inn
0.5 km N  3.5 stars  79.90 nett standard  03-20704008 Preferred
5 Element
0.5 km N 4.5 stars 180 nett 03-20316888
Swiss Inn
0.9 km N 2.5 stars 160 nett (twin sharing) 03-20723333
Note:  Price subject to change without notice, please call for advance booking.
      We recommend you to check by Google map against the distance for KL Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall.
      We recommend China Town or China Town Inn for cleanliness and competitive price. Midah Hotel is the nearest
      , but offer less in term of services and cleanliness.

Special Accommodation

We have managed to block book 60 rooms at the brand new Hotel Summer View at brickfields KL for all the participating Lamas for 3 nights on twin sharing basis (two to each room). Two shuttle buses will dedicate two trips each day from the hotel to the Chinese Assembly hall for the Kagyu Monlam. Lay participants can also choose to book this hotel on available basis.

Location and Contact
Hotel Summer View is strategically located in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, a major transport hub adjacent to the City Centre. With our location so close to Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, you have access to six rail networks namely the KLIA Express Rail Link, KLIA Transit, RAPID KL (Putra), KTM Komuter, KTM Intercity and KL Monorail Services. Our hotel guests can enjoy direct access to the new 78-kilometre state-of-the-art ERL (Express Rail Link) between the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station (KL City Air Terminal). It takes a mere 28 minutes to KLIA! The airport shuttle buses from KLIA and LCCT also made stops at the KL Sentral Station. From there you only need to walk out of the south exit and cross the Jalan Tun Sambanthan (or Brickfield) to Jalan Tun Sambanthan 4. The hotel signage is fully visible from Sentul Station.

The hotel enjoys a unique location with the monorail station (Tun Sambanthan Station) right at its doorstep. With convenient rail networks including the first stop at Kagyu Monlam Venue – KL Selangor Chinese Assembly hall at Maharajarela Station among others.

This location also permits easy access to the industrial cities of Subang Jaya and Petaling Jaya, the Government city of Putrajaya and the Multimedia Super Corridor, Cyberjaya.

CONTACT
Address
165, Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad,
Off Jalan Tun Sambathan 4,
Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur,
50470, Malaysia

Telephone
603-2260-1818
Fax
603-2260-1881
Email
enquiry@hotelsummerview.com
www.hotelsummerview.com/location-contact.html

 

Donation by Malaysian Buddhist Haiti Disaster Relief Group

On the 18th of April 2010 the Malaysian Buddhist Haiti Disaster Relief Group organized a fund raising program for the Earthquake Victims of Haiti. The Chief Reverend Saranankara Nayaka Maha Thera, on hearing of the Earthquake in Qinghai made an announcement at the Concert “Sound Of Compassion” of the calamity in Qinghai. 

Within minutes donation boxes were passed around the guests and patrons who attended the Concert and within a span of 5 minutes a sum of RM 15,000/- was collected. Thrangu Dharma Society Petaling Jaya the organizers of the Qinghai Yushu Earthquake Relief Funds were invited to a presentation of the sum of money for the said funds, on the 25th of April 2010.


L-R Chief Rev. Saranankara, Cedric, Roland, Nelson, Julie, Goh Seng Chai, John Fam

Chief Reverend Saranankara Nayaka Maha Thera as Chairman of Malaysian Buddhist Haiti Disaster Relief Group had compassionately rounded the figure to RM20,000.00.

On behalf of Lodro Nyima Rinpoche, the Chief Abbot of Thrangu Monastery, Yushu Qinghai, we would like to humbly thank not only the Chief Reverend for his generosity but also to the Musical Group and crew of “Sound of Compassion” without which this opportunity to raise the funds would not have been created. We would also like to thank the generous donors who attended the “Sound of Compassion” that evening and contributed to this cause and finally all the members of the Malaysian Buddhist Haiti Disaster Relief Group.

On this note, we the committee of the Qinghai Yushu Earthquake Relief Funds would like to humbly convey to all of you  SADHU, SADHU, SADHU

Message by the VV Thrangu Rinpoche on the Qinghai Earthquake

Dear Friends,

I like to thank you all very much for being generous, compassionate and being ready to help in this difficult time. I have been receiving letters of condolences, mourning and asking about how to help. I like to request all of you to help in any form you can, by donating or helping to spread information, collecting donations for relief and rebuilding or saying prayers for deceased ones that they may born in the pure land of Amitabha, for strength, relief from fear and food and shelter for the left ones.

Here in Boudha, Kathmandu, all of us are saying aspiration prayers in front of Boudhanath Stupa, lighting lamps and collecting donations to send to Yushu. All the Sangha here are shocked and deeply saddened to hear the news about our dharma friends in Thrangu Monastery in Tibet and people of Yushu.

Once again I like to thank you all for your kind support in this difficult time. Your kind support for relief and rebuilding will be of great merits.

With appreciation,
Thrangu Rinpoche
www.rinpoche.com