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Annual Community Event

Celebrate with

Developing Virtue Secondary School

Chinese orchestras




Where: City of 10,000 Buddhas / Dao Yan Hall

Brought to you by:

DVBS Boys orchestra

DVGS Girls orchestra

When: Sunday, 2:30 pm, December 06, 2015

Features: We wish you a Merry Christmas,

Silent Night, Jingle Bells,

Joy To The World

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Angels We Have Heard On High

All are welcomeAdmission FreeAll are welcome

City of 10,000 Buddhas: Elders treated royally in Talmage

By Justine Frederiksen, Ukiah Daily Journal 11/14/2015

The City of 10,000 Buddhas in Talmage held its annual Honoring Elders celebration Saturday, and in the spirit of the day, the event began with ushers escorting their elders into the large hall on campus.

As vans from Brookside Retirement Community and Mountainview Assisted Living pulled up, ushers ran out to greet them and help them out of their cars and up the stairs to where the music, dancing and food awaited.


Leadership DVGS

Student Reporter: Ellie Ng, Class of 2017

“Don’t make enemies, you don’t know what your circumstances will be when you meet again.” On September 16, and 19, the seniors, juniors, ASB members and club presidents, had the opportunity to participate in an inspiring workshop with Dr. Yeh and Mrs. Yeh.


Gratitude is a Gift

Student Reporter: Vanessa Sun, Class of 2017

The ability to appreciate brings people awareness. Students express their gratitude to their teachers on Confucius’s birthday. Hosted by the juniors, the event was successful and inspiring. Every class performed in different ways to express their gratitude. The students also served teachers tea as a form of respect for three consecutive days.


Cleaning Up After Ourselves

Student Reporter: Sinna Zheng, Class of 2018

On the day of the Coastal Clean­Up, the student volunteers of DVGS piled out of white minivans, sporting summer camp T­shirts, Dragons sweatpants and work gloves. Joining us were the Ukiah High Spanish Club, local chaperones, and our beloved principal, Jin Jr Shr. Knowing that the summer weather could only last so long, we were determined to spend the day collaborating with our friends to clean up the environment. As school life often leaves students with little free time for relaxed socialization, many of us seized this opportunity to enhance our bonds with each other.


Peace Day: Kinship with Inner and Outer Beings

Student Reporter: Klare Hu, Class of 2017

“The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.” (


River Cleanup and Moon Festival 2015

September 26, 2015

The Senior High said on Saturday they had picked up a significantly larger amount of garbage from the riverbed than they had last year, setting a new standard for the years to come.

Although volunteers surpassed DVAC's expectations of five to ten willing helpers, some key
members were unable to show up, citing moon cake production as the sole reason. This year we expected 150 guests and exceeded that amount said DVAC's Vice President Ryan Liu


Girls' School Summer Camp Report - 2015

June 14 to June 26 , 2015

The Youth Summer Camp centered on the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas' six guiding principles, in honor of Venerable Master Hsuan Hua, the founder’s 20th anniversary of entering nirvana. About 75 youth participated in this year's girls camp.


Instilling Goodness Elementary & Developing Virtue Secondary Schools
2001 Talmage Road, Ukiah, California 95482
Boys' Division (707) 468-1138
Girls' Division (707) 468-3847