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D2YC Closing Registration Countdown!!

D2YCPublished November 18, 2013 at 12:35 PM No Comments

TEN DAYS LEFT! We are marking down the CLOSING DATE for registration to Dhammaduta Development Youth Camp 2013 (“D2YC”) starting from today!!! Last day to register : 27th November 2013 (Wednesday) If you have YET TO REGISTER, do it NOW!!! Don’t miss this opportunity to join one of the coolest camp in town!! Join us
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Last Day of Registration!!!

D2YC Fellowship SpecialPublished November 25, 2011 at 5:43 PM No Comments

Hey you, Mark this date, 27th November 2011, Sunday on your calendar! Why? Because this will be the LAST DAY to register for D2YC 2011 that is happening in Shah Alam Buddhist Society on the 11th – 16th December 2011. We are extremely pleased to announce that there have been a massive amount of registrations
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Meet the D2YC 2011 Crew at BGF Food Fair!

D2YC Fellowship Lion Dance SpecialPublished November 10, 2011 at 7:10 PM Comments Off

Hey all, Carmen here! This is my first time contributing to a post on and I am really excited! I’ve got a few things to let you readers know but I will have to K.I.S.S (keep it short and simple) as I have to rush to class in 5 minutes. They are really important
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Its now TWENTY!

D2YC Fellowship IntroductionPublished October 31, 2011 at 11:31 PM No Comments

Hey guys! Its November already, and we now have TWENTY registered participants. 60 more to go. Hurry Up!. ………………………………. Anyways with T-minus 41 days before the camp of the year, I’ve decided to take the opportunity to introduce to all you readers out there – the dedicated one who’s in charge of this year’s camp.
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What Are You Waiting For

D2YC FellowshipPublished October 25, 2011 at 2:36 AM No Comments

Hear ye’ Hear ye’! Word is, we’ve been steadily receiving forms for D2YC 2011……THATS GOOD NEWS! Its only still October and to receive forms at such an early stage is really never been seen before. Word is, we have about 10 forms at hand! HOORAY! Thats 1/8, or one eighth of our quote for this
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D2YC 2011 Updates!!!!

D2YC Fellowship Syiok SendiriPublished October 11, 2011 at 1:31 AM No Comments

Hi guys! time for another update me reckons..hehe Camp prep has been progressing pretty……well. We’re following true on schedule and planning one of the best camps in recent years for all  you teens out there. Routine stuff yea… But thats not what I wanted to write about. Since we’ve been organizing D2YC for the past
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Welcome D2YC 2011 – Do 8 Right

D2YC FellowshipPublished October 7, 2011 at 3:26 PM No Comments

WE’RE BACK!!! The team that have brought you the best December holidays throughout the years! Its that time once……D2YC 2011!!! Not yet, but a month is not a long time to go and seriously, its high time to start planning your December schedule pronto! As many of you would have known, D2Y have been regularly
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Adios Tuan Tynn

D2YC Fellowship Introduction Special Syiok SendiriPublished August 19, 2011 at 12:38 PM No Comments

Its true the saying that once you meet a Kalyana Mitra (spiritual friend), you’ll treasure him/her for the rest of your life because these are the true friends that you can really count on. Thus its with great regret that we at D2Y will be bidding farewell to Tuan Tynn come Saturday, 20th August, as
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Camp X: Weekend Escape From The City

Camp X D2YC Fellowship SpecialPublished June 14, 2011 at 1:43 AM No Comments

By Tan Tuan Tynn Introduction: D2Y Camp X was held from 3rd till 5th of June at Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary (SBS) in Taiping, Perak. Compared to our annual year-end D2YC, it focuses more on matured content that helps develop leadership & teamwork qualities among participants. Participants are expected to reflect on their actions and think
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Camp X Preview!

D2YC Fellowship SpecialPublished May 1, 2011 at 6:48 PM 2 Comments

TA—–DA!!!!!! Here’s a sneak peak of SBS, Camp X location for you people! That above, is the Sima Hall. Nice? hehehe Meanwhile…. hehe. excited already? I am. hehe cheers! Zhengguan p/s: special thanks to a bunch of too-much-free-time people who traveled all the way to Taiping just to scout the place.