Fu Hui Buddhist Cultural Centre conducts courses all year round to cater to different needs and learning of the members. Our courses are often conducted by experienced Venerables or lay teachers. Some of the courses conducted include Guided Reading of Surangama Sutra Course, Meditation Group Practice and many others.
As you learn more of the Dhamma and put it into practice in your daily life, you will eventually find peace and happiness in your mind and appreciate the beauty of the Dhamma. As it is said by the Buddha: “Dhamma is beautiful in the beginning, in the middle and in the end”.
Fu Hui Choir (in Mandarin) provides a free platform for members of the public who are passionate about singing. Choir members sing in praise of the Triple Gem (Buddha, Dharma and Sangha), as well as sing in reﬂection upon life — how to make life meaningful and live positively.
Our choir instructress is a soprano singer, Ms He Caixia from Guangxi, China. Ms He graduated with outstanding results from Guangxi Arts Institute, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Vocal Music. She pursued further studies at China Conservatory of Music, Bejing. She had learnt under the eminent vocal educationists in China, Professor Jin Tielin and Professor Liu Shuping。 She also learnt vocal singing for two years, under the guidance of an eminent baritone, Ge Chaozhi at Shanghai Conservatory of Music. Ms He subsequently taught at the middle school attached to China Conservatory of Music. She was invited to Singapore in 2004, to be a music director.
|Time||07.00 pm to 09.30 pm|
|Instructress||Ms He Caixia|
|Pianist||Ms Xie Xinying|
|Venue||Yen Pei Building, Level 8.|
Our calligraphy instructor is an eminent local calligrapher, Mr Yong Cheong Thye. After graduating from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1966, Mr Yong’s keen interest in Chinese calligraphy and search for the deeper meaning of Chinese art brought him under the pupillage of the late Master Calligrapher, Tsue Ta Ti, in 1967.
Mr Yong won the first prize many times in the annual National Chinese Calligraphy Competition. He had been invited to give calligraphy demonstrations and exhibit his works in many countries, including Canada, USA, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, France, Spain, Holland, England, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, China, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia.
Mr Yong is also an engraving artist. He is Senior Judge for The Chinese Calligraphy Society of Singapore, Vice-Chairman for Federation of Art Societies and Vice-Chairman for Shicheng Calligraphy and Seal-Carving Society
|Time||07.00 pm to 08.30 pm|
|Instructor||Mr Yong Cheong Thye|
|Fee||Member $45, Non-member $60|
|Venue||Basement Multi-Purpose Hall (Canteen)|
The zither is the most representative of Chinese classical music instruments. In our modern living, the serene and soothing music of the zither relieves one’s stress and weariness, enabling one to feel “cleansed” in the mind-body.
Our zither instructress, Ms Lu Jing, graduated from China Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. She is an experienced instructress in teaching the stringed instruments zither, lute and ruan.
|Time||09.30 am to 11.00 am
11.00 am to 12.30 pm
|Instructor||Miss Lu Jing|
|Fee||Member $125, Non-member $130 (8 Lessons)|
|Venue||Yen Pei Building, Level 8.|
De-stress through the mind-body practice of a relaxing yoga workout. Improve your body flexibility and strength, as well as develop mindfulness of your breaths and postures.
|Time||08.00 pm to 09.30 pm|
|Class Size||15 to 25|
|Instructor||Mr. Jack Ong|
|Fee||$100 (10 Lessons)|
|Venue||Yen Pei Building, Level 7.|