A powerful collaboration took centre stage as the Leo Club of SEGi College Sarawak and Persatuan Fatt Lung Tang (FLT) Temple came together for a significant “Release Creature Life” event. From 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on a sunny Sunday, participants engaged in an ecological and social resonance activity.
The event was led by Leo Vice President Cherlyline Chung Zhi Yi to restore ecosystem dynamics, enhance ecological resilience, and foster social networking among FLT Youth committees for future community service projects. The endeavour also aligned with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 15 – Life on Land, encapsulating a larger commitment to environmental preservation.
Funded by both SEGians and public contributions totalling RM500, the event commenced with Leos and Faculty Advisor Lion Vincent Cheong visiting the temple’s educational learning centre. Students and temple kids exchanged warm greetings and shared insights. The Leos articulated the purpose of their visit – an educational journey with a mission.
The event’s highlight was releasing aquatic life into the river, guided by FLT committee members. Under expert supervision, the Leos released the creatures, contributing to restoring the river’s natural balance. The day concluded with a shared sense of accomplishment and a group photograph, capturing the collaborative spirit that defined the event.
This event exemplified the potential of partnerships and purposeful action in fostering positive change. As the Leos departed, they carried a renewed sense of responsibility and a connection between nature and community.