by: Chee Hee Seng (Class of 2019) On November 12, 2017, several boys from the Developing Virtue Tea Club went on a trip to San Francisco’s Ferry Building Marketplace to attend the International Tea Festival.
By Leanna Duong (Class of 2018) The importance of maintaining a healthy environment is harder than ever with the creation of e-waste, non-recyclable materials, but as of last year, Developing Virtue Girls School has been actively trying to promote Earth Day, a day dedicated to celebrating and cherishing […]
by Anna (Class of 2020) and Iris (Class of 2021) A celebration was held by San Francisco Veg Society on October 8th and 9th as part of the World Veg Festival. This celebration brought a great opportunity for people who were passionate about the “health” of our Earth […]
by Editorial Staff and students Every year on September 21, the world celebrates International Peace Day. On that morning at the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas, the entire boys and girls divisions of Developing Virtue Secondary School gathered in the Wonderful Words Hall to listen to two special […]
By Vanessa Sun, Sophia Liu, Moniques Nguyen, Amy Liu, and Katherine Wang On August 20, 2016, some IGDVS students—along with teachers, parents, and volunteers—went to the 3rd annual Sonoma County VegFest in Santa Rosa, California. This celebration of compassion and healthy vegetarian lifestyle was held in Luther Burbank […]
Student Editorial Team: Belle Roberts, Denise Cao, and Leanna Duong Earth Day is a celebration that should be very dear to our hearts. We live and take from this planet everyday, but it never asks for anything in return. With the onset of intense pollution, global warming, and […]
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 […]