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However, the web contents can still be read like a book without further update.
Sharing with Students & Parents
- 01/1/2003 Recognition from MOE
- Write-up in school textbook
- Volunteerism
- Bringing Up Children


Sharing of Moral Values
    Content :

        Introduction
  1. Balloon
  2. 'Charity' Money - Integrity
  3. 'Charity' Money - Cause vs. Creative Fundraising
  4. Consequence
  5. Family Bond(yin shui shi yuan)
  6. Human vs. Animal-Mt Huang Shan
  7. Man-made Cattle
  8. I want to be a doctor
  9. "Jing Ying"
  10. Story of Xinglin
  11. The Reality of Giving
  12. Betrayal-Hindrance to Growth
  13. Sad Reality of Life

Spirit of Caring & Sharing
- Our mascot, Humanity
- Our Cartoon Show
- Pika's Challenge

Man-made Cattle

The below painting depicts an air-pump was used to blow up a cow and a buffalo that look realistic in their physical appearances, but in reality, they have no functional ability. Unlike a real buffalo in the background, which can plough the field and benefit mankind.



(Work of Mr Loy Chye Chuan)



Moral lesson :

In our present society, one will notice that attractive external appearance/packaging has become a winning formula in many arenas, as it works on the weakness of some humans who will go for "beautiful and impressive" appearances.

Very often, the majority will realize that what they pay for are of no functional value and it could even be an expensive lesson for some.

Likewise, for those who "capitalize" on the weakness of some humans, they will also gradually lose grip of the "rein" when the truth comes into light. In the worst scenario, they may end up as losers.

Interestingly, in one write-up in the Straits Times of 26 May 2004, it reported that a man in north-eastern China divorced his wife after discovering that she is a "man-made beauty", when their newborn child is "spectacularly ugly". This is indeed a sad incident when humans lose their sense of wisdom to base a marriage on looks rather than love.





Posted on 02 June 2004


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