Penang Global Ethic
4 Feb to 10 Mar 2006
Tegetthoff's 'Tales from
& Chinese Calligraphy
on 'The Golden Rule'
on Religion &
on Religion &
on Religion & Peace
Exploring Streets Of Harmony
of Virtual Tour
Penang Global Ethic Project Launch
FORUMS + PANEL DISCUSSIONS
do peoples of faith have to contribute to
the pressing issues of our time?
conjunction with the Penang Global Ethic Project, the Malaysian
Interfaith Network invited a wide range of speakers from various
religions to highlight ethical values reflected in world religions.
on Religion & Environment
Saturday, 18 February 2006 10am-1pm
USM ABN-AMRO Arts & Cultural Centre, Lebuh Pantai
Dr. Fazlun Khalid, Founder Director, Islamic Foundation for
Ecology and Environmental Sciences (reg. UK charity)
Islamic Advisor to World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
Venerable Ji Xing, Buddhist
Triple Wisdom Hall
Dr. P.K. Das, Chairman, Krishna
Temple, Penang Road
Tarsame Singh, Chairman of
Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (Kedah Branch)
Mylene and Don Theseira, on
Fazlun Khalid, founder director of Islamic Foundation for
Ecology and Environmental Sciences (IFEES), UK. Muslim advisor
to World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). Author of Quran,
Creation and Conservation (IFEES, 1999).
Ji Xing, a former headmaster turn monk, is associated with
The Buddhist Triple Wisdom Hall, Penang. Member of the Buddhist
Association of the United States.
Singh, Ph.D candidate at School of Humanities, USM; Chairman
of Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (Kedah Branch).
P. K. Das, chairman of Krishnan Temple, Penang Road and
consultant pathologist at the Lam Wah Ee Hospital.
Theseira and Mylene Theseira conduct a successful church-based
recycling program at the St. Annes Church in Bukit
Mertajam, Penang, and has the support of the Seberang
Prai Municipal Council.
by Khoo Salma Nasution
and Adrian Cheah