－DVBS Archive Team－
The annual Honouring Elders Day was celebrated on Saturday, October 26th, 2019. This year’s theme was: Commemorate the Past, Innovate the Future.
－DVBS Archive Team－
Inherent wisdom is embedded within each and every one of us. Although we do not realize, our wisdom is, in fact, able to unveil itself through practice. This was the basis on which the Inherent Wisdom Public Speaking Assembly was created.
by Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) Following the previous Honoring Elders event, the CTTB HED occurred on Saturday, October 28, including performances from both the IGDVGS and IGDVBS. Requiring difficult coordination as well as hours of practice, the 2017 Annual Honoring Elders Day was a success.
By Brandy Quach (Class of 2018) It was a sunny spring day when the Developing Virtue Girls schoolers gathered on the front lawn to build their succulent terrariums. The annual Teacher’s Banquet was less than a week away and everyone was excited to create the best gifts they […]
By Maggie He and Leanna Duong (Class of 2018) Title: Ten Dharma Realms Play Location: Black Box Theater Date: June 7, 2017 Time: 9:40-10:25 AM The curtain rises and the scene begins with two Buddhas and their disciples. The gleam of the Buddhas’ yellow silk robe is unmistakable […]
By Yung Tzu (Vanessa) Sun (Class of 2017) On May 27, 2017 the senior class of Developing Virtue Girls Secondary School went on their final class trip together to Half Moon Bay. They stayed at the Montara Lighthouse hostel and enjoyed the beauty of the ocean and found […]
By Sophia Liu (Class of 2020) On Saturday, April 15, 2017, eight 9th graders from the girls division of Developing Virtue Secondary School headed over to an Easter festival in a plaza in downtown Ukiah to promote Chinese culture and fundraise for Children of Uganda. The students also […]
By Sophia Liu (Class of 2020) Three large, yellow school buses passed through the gate of the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas and parked in front of the Developing Virtue Girls Secondary School. The silence of the still morning air was broken by the chatter of 200 curious […]