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Tuesday, 17 March 2015 11:48

Vol 45

Magazine

The United Nations has declared 2015 as the Time for Global Action, especially to end poverty, promote prosperity and well-being for all, protect the environment, and address climate change. In trying to achieve these goals, the UN is working with governments, civil society and other partners, including religious groups, throughout the world. Yet the past year has witnessed more wars and suffering of millions of people in different parts of the world. Natural disasters, many of which can be attributed to man’s own greed, continue to wreak havoc on many countries causing untold suffering to thousands of people. To a large extent, we can consider ourselves fortunate to be in Malaysia, and be grateful for the peace and harmony that we continue to enjoy.

Tuesday, 17 March 2015 11:48

Vol 44

Magazine

Each morning, we read in newspapers of wars being fought somewhere on our planet. The struggle of the last 100 years between the Israelis and the Palestinians is one of the most enduring and explosive of all the world’s conflicts where thousands have died. Even innocent passengers on a plane were killed because it flew over a war zone in Ukraine, as happened to Malaysia Airlines MH17. The year 1945 when the Second World War ended was when man wanted to begin a new world devoid of conflict and war but unfortunately, that was not to be.

Tuesday, 17 March 2015 11:48

Vol 43

Magazine

At this point of writing, there is still no news on the whereabouts of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 which went missing on March 8 with 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 14 nations. The pain and suffering of the relatives and friends of those on board are obvious and understandable.

As Buddhists how should we react to such a tragedy? Firstly, Buddhism reminds us that it is a certainty that all of us will die one day and that we do not know the time or place of that occurrence. When we come to understand that life is impermanent and unpredictable, that everybody is going to die, including ourselves, we can find some ground for developing greater wisdom around our fear of death, even when mourning the deaths of innocent passengers and crew on flight MH 370.

Wednesday, 04 March 2015 11:05

VOL 150

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Wednesday, 04 March 2015 11:05

VOL 149

Magazine

Thursday, 28 February 2013 14:47

Associate Membership

Application: All applications for Ordinary Membership/Life Ordinary Membership/ Associate Membership between the ages of 15 and 40, to the YBAM shall be summitted in the approved forms for consideration by the National Council which shall be empowered to reject any application for membership, without assigning reason thereof.

Online Apprication

Thursday, 28 February 2013 14:47

Donation

For the past 40 years of the development of Malaysian Buddhism, YBAM has been the forerunner of Malaysian Youth movement. We have actively carried out various project such as the formation of Buddhist societies, Dharma education and propagation, Dharma Propagator Training course, Dharma life camps, PELITA counselling, Buddhist Family, blood donation and organ donation programme, National Service (NS) Dharma teaching program and the publication of the Buddhist text book and magazines. All these have formed part of the Malaysian Buddhist culture.

Although YBAM has been facing financial challenges; we still strike on continuously toward our mission. Your involvement will enrich the Malaysian Buddhism. Your support will give YBAM more encouragement to strive on. Through Donation Plan, YBAM wish to strengthen its financial status based on the belief of “many a little, make a mickle”. Lets us strive together to develop a society of Wisdom, Compassion and Gratitude.

How to enrol?

YBAM accept any individual or organisations to participate the donation plan. Monthly, quarterly or half-yearly regular donation is encouraged to enable YBAM to plan and allocate the fund more effectively for the well being of all.


Please Support YBAM National Service Programme Dharma Class Project

I.Get to Know YBAM National Service Programme Dharma Class Project

Ever since the appointment as the official coordinating body of the National Service (NS)Programme Dharma Class, YBAM have dispatched large number of Dharma speakers to nearly 80 camp sites throughout the country. Through this project, NS Buddhist participants are at least exposed to 20 to 40 hours of In-Camp and Out Camp Dharma classes

The NS Dharma Class is a long term project that requires excessive manpower and financial expenses which includes:
- To coordinate the Dharma Classes at both In-Camp and Out-Camp sites
- To reprint the “What Buddhists Believe”, authored by the late Chief Ven. K Sri Dhammananda as the main reference for all NS Buddhist participants as well as to purchase small gifts for distribution.
- To train and coordinate Dharma speakers involved in the project as well as the Buddhist Organisations that receive the NS participants every weekend.
- To compile and publish the Dharma Studies texts, as well as other supporting materials.
- To compile NS participants' particulars and to keep in touch with the alumni to encourage them to continue learning Dharma.

As such, we appeal for the financial support from the public to ensure the project continues benefiting tens of thousand of Buddhist teenagers in the NS Camps throughout the country.

Sponsorship Item NS-A :

Sponsorship Item NS-A:
- NS-A1: To support one NS camp site for one term (3 months, RM 50 each month), RM 150/-

Sponsorship Item NS-B: To support printing of “ What Buddhists Believe” Sponsorship Item

Sponsorship Item NS-C: Donate in any amount.
- Those supporting of RM150/- and above will receive a complimentary copy of the Berita YBAM (YBAM Newsletter) and the Eastern Horizon (English Buddhist Magazine) OR "Buddhist Digest" (Chinese).
- Those supporting of RM450/- and above will receive a complimentary copy of the Berita YBAM (YBAM Newsletter) and the Eastern Horizon (English Buddhist Magazine) OR "Buddhist Digest" (Chinese) for one years.

Follow the following steps to help:

1. Choose your sponsorship item

2. Payment Method:
a. Please make your cheque payable to "Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia"

b. Cheque/cash bank-in/ Internet banking through Public Bank can be made to:
PPB: Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia
Account Number: 3063802219

c. To pay at YBAM Homepage (multiple options, including credit card payment):

3. All cheques
remittance slip or receipt print-out and donation form(s) can be sent to:

No.9, Jalan SS25/24, Taman Mayang,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
or fax to: 03-78049021、email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

4. Others: Receipts and gifts (if any) will be sent to you as soon as possible. If you wish to obtain tax deductible receipt for book purchase, do let us know.

Get to Know More about YBAM National Service Programme Dharma Class Project

The National Service was initiated by the Malaysian government in 2004. On 27th July 2005,YBAM was appointed by the Jabatan Latihan Khidmat Negara (National Service Training Department or JLKN) as the official coordinating body for NS Out-Camp Buddhist activities.

Since then YBAM has been arranging NS Buddhist participants to their nearest Buddhist Organisations to participate in religious activities and to reinforce their Buddhist belief.

On 28th April 2006, YBAM was appointed by the JLKN as the official coordinating body for the NS In-Camp Dharma classes. Ever since this appointment, YBAM had been working untiringly to arrange Dharma speakers to conduct Dharma classes in NS camps nationwide. As part of the efforts to equip the NS Dharma speakers with necessary teaching skills,YBAM had compiled the NS Buddhist syllabus together with the supporting materials for the speakers. Besides, training courses had been organised at various regions for free for the speakers every year.

In view of the importance of the NS Dharma Class project, the National Service Programme Special Committee was formed in a YBAM National Council meeting in January 2006, to better synergizing the efforts and resources for the betterment of the NS Buddhist participants. YBAM also engaged in a full-time staff to administer this project and established the YBAM NS Programme Dharma Class Fund to cater the huge administration and activity expenses.

In addition, YBAM also publish the “What Buddhist Believes” authored by the late Chief Ven. K Sri Dharmananda, as a reference for Buddhist participants. In 2010 and 2012, 7950 copies and 8000 copies were printed respectively and were distributed free to all NS Buddhist Participants.

To date, there are nearly 80 NS Camps throughout the country and through this project we are able to touch base with about 10,000 Buddhist teenagers with 20 to 40 hours of Dharma learning in both In-Camp and Out-Camp activities.

This project is not only benefited tens of thousands of Buddhist teenagers, but also Organisations and individuals who have involved in this project. Many Buddhist Organisations have take the opportunity to groom their Dharma speakers and young Buddhist leaders as well.

Thursday, 12 January 2012 23:26

佛学课本教师指南

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RM9 RM9 RM9
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RM15 RM15 RM15
Thursday, 12 January 2012 22:53

小学佛学课本

Textbook
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RM15 RM15 RM15
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RM15 RM15 RM15
Thursday, 01 September 2011 23:26

VOL 148

Magazine

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