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Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang   Leave a comment


Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang

Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang
Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang
Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang
Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang
Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang
Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang
Dogs and Cats Charity Event at Mira, Tanjong Bungah, Penang

For my Loyal Companion ~ Pets Charity Carnival   Leave a comment


For my Loyal Companion ~ Pets Charity Carnival

Pets Charity Carnival – the message on the T-shirt is important and reflects on the organization!
Neutral – Neutral and neutrality may mean the following, as the root is from the Latin neuter, translating to “neither one, nor the other” and Neuter – Neutering, the sterilization of an animal,
For pets NEUTER is commonly used!

For my Loyal Companion ~ Pets Charity Carnival

For my Loyal Companion ~ Pets Charity Carnival

For my Loyal Companion ~ Pets Charity Carnival

For my Loyal Companion ~ Pets Charity Carnival featuring the blind cat.

For my Loyal Companion ~ Pets Charity Carnival with the three-legged dog.

 

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3   Leave a comment


Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda, IPA: [pʰàʊɴ dɔ̀ ʔú pʰəjá]), also spelt Hpaung Daw Oo or Phaung Daw Oo) is a notable Buddhist site in Myanmar (formerly Burma), located on the Inle Lake in Shan State.

Surrounding the Pagoda, and in the basement are shops selling traditional Shan and Burmese merchandise.

Images

The pagoda houses five small gilded images of Buddha, which have been covered in gold leaf to the point that their original forms cannot be seen. The gold-leaf application to such excess is relatively recent. Old photographs hanging on the monastery walls show some of the images in a more pristine form. It is reported that some gold has been removed on occasion to reduce its mass. Although the monastery is open to all for veneration, only men are permitted to place gold leaf on the images. Another part of the ritual for pilgrims is to place a small robe or thingan around the images, and to take the robe back to their houses and place it on their own altar as a token of respect for the Buddha and his teachings.

 

Inserted from Wikipedia by SP Lim

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 3

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2   Leave a comment


Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda, IPA: [pʰàʊɴ dɔ̀ ʔú pʰəjá]), also spelt Hpaung Daw Oo or Phaung Daw Oo) is a notable Buddhist site in Myanmar (formerly Burma), located on the Inle Lake in Shan State.

Surrounding the Pagoda, and in the basement are shops selling traditional Shan and Burmese merchandise.

Images

The pagoda houses five small gilded images of Buddha, which have been covered in gold leaf to the point that their original forms cannot be seen. The gold-leaf application to such excess is relatively recent. Old photographs hanging on the monastery walls show some of the images in a more pristine form. It is reported that some gold has been removed on occasion to reduce its mass. Although the monastery is open to all for veneration, only men are permitted to place gold leaf on the images. Another part of the ritual for pilgrims is to place a small robe or thingan around the images, and to take the robe back to their houses and place it on their own altar as a token of respect for the Buddha and his teachings.

Inserted by SP Lim from Wikipedia

 

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 2

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1   1 comment


Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar ~ Take 1

 

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda

Hpaung Daw U Pagoda, IPA: [pʰàʊɴ dɔ̀ ʔú pʰəjá]), also spelt Hpaung Daw Oo or Phaung Daw Oo) is a notable Buddhist site in Myanmar (formerly Burma), located on the Inle Lake in Shan State.

Surrounding the Pagoda, and in the basement are shops selling traditional Shan and Burmese merchandise.

Images

The pagoda houses five small gilded images of Buddha, which have been covered in gold leaf to the point that their original forms cannot be seen. The gold-leaf application to such excess is relatively recent. Old photographs hanging on the monastery walls show some of the images in a more pristine form. It is reported that some gold has been removed on occasion to reduce its mass. Although the monastery is open to all for veneration, only men are permitted to place gold leaf on the images. Another part of the ritual for pilgrims is to place a small robe or thingan around the images, and to take the robe back to their houses and place it on their own altar as a token of respect for the Buddha and his teachings.

Extracted from Wikipedia by SP Lim

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak   7 comments


Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak

The Committee of the Temple Officials of this famous Taoist Temple of the Chinese Dato’ Kong Diety located in Parit Buntar, State of Perak is re-building the old Temple with a new concrete one. These are new ceramic Dragons imported from China, to be used as the roof ornaments of the new Temple.

SP Lim

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

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Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

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Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

Building a new Taoist Temple in Parit Buntar, Perak.

PASS Charity Concert at Dewan Sri Pinang on Friday, September 18, 2015   Leave a comment


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PASS Charity Concert at Dewan Sri Pinang on Friday, September 18, 2015 In a Charity Concert to raise another RM100,00.00 to build a budgetted expenditure of RM2 Million to build animal shelters for 1,500 dogs and 1,000 cats. IJM donated RM100,00.00.

SP Lim

Extracted from Facebook:-

Penang Animal Sanctuary Society
Non-profit Organisation
PASS is a proposed no-kill animal shelter, recently granted building plan approval, and currently undergoing land clearance and constructions.

PASS is formed by a group of animal lovers, with the intention to provide a solution for the independent animal rescuers in Penang island. PASS is NOT an animal rescue group.

The sanctuary has recently been granted the building plan approval and are currently undergoing land clearance and site constructions. Members currently channel all effort towards raising fund preparing for the building cost. Many also voluntary work with rescuers and support them in the form of food for the animals at their own expenses. As we understand that many rescuers are no longer able to take in more animals, we also assist public in need to publicise notices on animals available for adoption.

We try our very best but may not always have the resources to verify and update the adoption status. Kindly contact the respective rescuer/owner listed in each adoption album for more info, to check if the animal is still available, or to arrange for adoption. We thank you for your kind understanding.

Attn Rescuers: If you’d like to publish adoption notice here through us, kindly be ready to be the contact person, or at least have someone who can be the contact person. Your adoption notice will be published verbatim and we will not be able to become the contact person on behalf of you. If you have published an adoption notice here through us, do update us on the status (if the animal is being adopted, etc.), so potential adopters can have the latest info. This will also help to give other animals a chance to be adopted.

Disclaimer: PASS will only assist in publicising adoption/foster notices. All other forms of notices (eg: fund raising) will not be attended, and will be conducted by individual rescuer. This is to avoid irresponsible parties from abusing PASS’s name to conduct fake fund raising event.

We thank you for your great work and kind co-operation!

Website: http://pass.org.my/


Chelsia Ng, reknown Malaysian singer/actress will be performing tonight at For the Love of Animals PASS Charity Concert 2015!

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