Although Asian residents, including Indians and Sri Lankans, make up half the population of the building, they are not forward in participating in building matters. Positive things have been put in place to encourage, but to no avail.
I found this a bit interesting and thought it would go down quite well in the newsletter. I can assure you, it goes before a proof reader before being published and it it is still quite raw anyway. I don't think this is the picture that I took will be used. I have better ones.
Did you know that we have the oldest continuously operating Buddhist temple in Australia just a fifteen minute walk from xxx. The See Yup Temple is at 76 Raglan Street, South Melbourne and was built in 1866, making it one hundred and forty two years old! George Wharton designed the temple in the Classical Revival style with Oriental influences. Contained within the temple are over 13,000 tablets to commemorate members of the See Yup Society who have died throughout Victoria. See Yup means Four Towns of Canton. It is open every day of the year; worshipers and visitors alike are welcome.