“Fly our Buddhist Flag” 2013 Campaign




“Fly our Buddhist Flag” 2013 Campaign


Buddhists of Malaysia

This Wesak 2013, let us fly the Buddhist Flag from our house on Wesak Eve and Wesak Day.​

Let this beautiful banner flutter from the roofs and windows of houses, condos and shops all across this country.  Drape it across your gate or fence.  Lift it up in your garden.  Join us to make this campaign a success.  Let the Buddhist Flag be seen.

When we gaze at the Buddhist Flag, we see a potent symbol of faith, global unity and world peace. The colours of the flag symbolizes the Buddhist ideals of compassion, purity and wisdom and the blessings that come from the all encompassing truth of Dhamma.

Where to buy your Flags

​Note: Size and quality of flags may vary between retailers


Nalanda Centre ( www.nalanda.org.my)

​3357, Jalan 18/31, Taman Sri Serdang, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel    : 8938 1500 / 8938 1501    Fax no.   8938 1502
Ready Stock, retails at RM19 each



This Project is supported by the following organisations:​​

Theravada Buddhist Council of Malaysia

Contract Manufacturers

Note: Size and quality of flags may vary between manufacturers


1. Nalanda Centre ( www.nalanda.org.my)

​3357, Jalan 18/31, Taman Sri Serdang, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel    : 8938 1500 ( Sis Ruby)


2. Cheong Hing Flag Maker Sdn Bhd
No.79, Jalan Jejaka 9, Taman Maluri, 55100 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel:92851390   Fax:92854395

Contact: Miss Ning

What you can do

  • Ask your Society to buy in bulk
  • Spread the word to friends and relatives
  • Fly Our Flag
  • Join us on Facebook. click the badge below

Why “Fly Our Buddhist Flag”

  • To honour the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha​
  • As a show of unity and solidarity between  Buddhists of all traditions
  • to increase the visibility of the Buddhist Community in our society

Official Opening of Overhead Pedestrian Bridge in front SJBA

Fellow Brothers and Sisters in the Dhamma,

We are pleased to inform that the Menteri Besar of Selangor, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, will be officiating the opening of the pedestrian bridge in front of Subang Jaya Buddhist Association (SJBA) on 10th January 2013, Thursday, 10am.

SJBA cordially invite you, family and friends to come and witness this happy occasion as well as to show our appreciation for the completion of the bridge that brings relief to some of our traffic and parking problems as well as minimising the risk of life of our devotees crossing Jalan Kewajipan to and fro our Vihara.

If you need further information, please call Bro Chim at 019-3364792.

Your presence would be much appreciated.
With metta,

ANNOUNCEMENTS (6th January, Sunday)


ANNOUNCEMENTS (6th January, Sunday)

1) As another community service for our members and devotees, SJBA has arranged with 2 experienced Chinese Physicians qualified in Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment to give treatment to those with certain sicknesses and bodily ache/pain, every Saturday, 9am to 12pm, at SJBA. Fees are chargeable at RM30 per treatment plus acupuncture and medicine. For further information, please call Bro. Chong Yuan Foong at 012-2677473.

2) Ven. Sayadaw U Rewata will lead us this morning (6th January) in chanting and meditation to cultivate our mind and spiritual well-being. Sayadaw U Rewata was born in 1955 in Thonse, Myanmar. He graduated in 1980 with Bachelor of Science at the Rangoon University. He was ordained in 1983. He followed Pariyatti and Patipatti under the guidance of Most Venerable Chanmyay Sayadaw U Janaka Bhivamsa. He has travelled widely to many countries like Japan, USA, Canada, India, etc for missionary work, teaching Metta Bhavana, Vipassana Bhavana, Suttanta Recitations, etc. He had served as the Abbot in Hmawbi, Yangon in 2004 to 2006, and Abbot of the Satipatthana Vipassana Association, Springfield, USA. Sayadaw U Rewata is currently in Subang Jaya Buddhist Association to support its Dhamma missionary work.

May You Be Well & Happy, Always!

Happily we serve,

3rd January 2013

“SJBA – Your Friendly and Caring Dhamma Centre”