by: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) + Jacky Zheng (Class of 2019) This past summer, there have been many renovations on Boys School property. The basketball court was paved with a new layer of asphalt. On September 16th, the boys dorm repainted a new set of lines on their courts.
By: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) + Jacky Zheng (Class of 2019) Trash is constantly thrown into the Russian River, polluting our neighboring rivers and damaging our surrounding environment.
by Kylie Kok and Sophy Chin Raman (Class of 2018) Editor’s Note: During the last month of meditation class in Spring 2017, twenty-five students at the Developing Virtue Girls Secondary School were taught how to make a meditation cushion. With supplies of cloth, foam, and sewing tools, and […]
By Sophia Liu (Class of 2020) and QQ Hu (Class of 2020) On Friday, February 3, 2017, the 8th and 9th graders from the girls division of Developing Virtue Secondary School visited Ukiah Autumn Leaves, a local senior center. The students prepared various performances as well as baked […]
by Alexis Yap (Class of 2017) On Saturday, February 4, 2017, four high schoolers went out to a shopping center in Ukiah to provide the community with homemade hot chocolate in the midst of the drizzling cold weather. The Compassionate Chocolate Crew, or otherwise known as “CCC”, was […]
By Chris Pugh, Ukiah Daily Journal On Saturday morning, the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas invited local elders to a heartwarming celebration of the 25th Annual Honoring Elders Day. Held in the city’s Five Contemplations Dining Hall, students from the city’s Instilling Goodness Elementary School and Developing Virtue […]
By Cindy Han (Class of 2019) The power and influence of words are enormous. Word is a necessary tool we use everyday to communicate, but sometimes we ignored or forgot how unique and powerful they are. Fortunately, by doing a project called “You Matter Marathon,” students in Developing […]