Camp Ehi-Passiko is SBM Youth's flagship project. First organized in 1997, the annual Dhamma youth camp seeks to share the wisdom of the Buddha’s teachings to teenagers aged 13 to 21 years old through interactive workshops and sharing sessions. The camp is also a platform where youths can learn soft skills such as leadership, team work and service through the great outdoor and engaging games.
Registration for Camp Ehi-Passiko 2012 is now open!
Since 2004, the average number of campers attending Camp Ehi-Passiko range from 100 to 120. In 2012, the organising committee has decided to restrict the number of camp participants to 60 as we believe that this is the optimal number for learning.
How to Register?
Details of the camp can be seen from the camp poster above. To join the camp, you can download the form from this link, print it out and mail it together with a cheque to:
9 Ruby Lane SG 328284
Singapore Buddhist Mission
Alternatively, you can also make an appointment with us and we can drop by anywhere convenient to pick up your registration form and payment.
If you are interested to find out more about the camp, watch the following video, which is the summary of 2011's Camp Ehi-Passiko:
Summary Video of Camp Ehi-Passiko 2011
What is "Ehi-Passiko"?
Ehi-Passiko means 'Come and See' and it is a teaching taught by the Buddha that encourages us to not simply believe and accept teachings and information with blind faith. Rather, we should develop our mind with mindfulness and wisdom and examine and investigate all things and teachings, before accepting them as truth to live up to.
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See you all at Camp Ehi-Passiko 2012!