Local temple goes green

Some months ago, Chris Tobias was passing through town and contacted Wilson and I for a meet-up.

He shared that Poh Ern Shih Temple was having several solar panels installed. 

I will be paying them a visit shortly to see their progress, and hopefully document the temple’s sustainable efforts.

Watch this space!

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  1. Poh Ern Shih is finally completed.

    The Opening, Purification and Consecration Ceremony of Dharma Halls will be held on 15/1/2009 Thursday 7am ~ 5:30am

    Official Commencement and opening ceremony will be announced later.

    With Metta
    Robin@Singapore
    http://www.pohernshih.org/

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