HarmonyMalaysia

Many Faiths, One Nation: our vision for Malaysia

About

HarmonyMalaysia is the official website of Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism (MCCBCHST). Established in 1983, it is dedicated to the promotion of goodwill, harmony and unity amongst all Malaysians irrespective of creed, religion, race, culture or gender. Round-table dialogue is its principal and preferred means to resolve potential conflicts arising from differences in a plural society. We believe that there can be Unity in Diversity. Many Faiths, One Nation is our vision for Malaysia.

MCCBCHST Member Bodies:

Buddhist: Malaysian Buddhist Association (MBA), Buddhist Missionary Society Malaysia (BMSM) & Sasana Abhiwurdhi Wardhana Society (SAWS)

Christian: Christian Federation Of Malaysia (CFM) [incorporating the Catholic Bishops Conference Of Malaysia (CBCM), Council Of Churches Of Malaysia (CCM) & National Evangelical Christian Fellowship(NECF)]

Hindu: Malaysia Hindu Sangam (MHS)

Sikh: Malaysian Gurdwaras Council (MGC), Khalsa Diwan Malaysia (KDM) & Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (SNSM)

Taoist: Federation Of Taoist Associations MALAYSIA (FTAM)

MCCBCHST Aims & Objectives

Aims:

(a)  To promote understanding, mutual respect and co-operation between people of different religions.

(b)  To study and resolve problems affecting all inter religious relationships.

(c)  To make representations regarding religious matters when necessary.

(d) To advance and promote the religious, cultural, educational and social rights and interests of the religious bodies.

Objectives:

(a) To uphold and promote the ideas as enunciated in the Rukun Negara.

(b) To promote unity, harmony and understanding amongst people of different religions through conferences, seminars and other channels.

(c)  To print, publish and distribute journals, periodicals, leaflets or books that the Executive Committee may consider desirable for the promotion of its objects, with the proviso that, prior approval must be obtained from the competent authority.

MCCBCHST Executive Committee 2011-2013

President: Daozhang Tan Hoe Chieow

Deputy President: Sardar Jagir Singh

Vice-Presidents: Venerable Sing Kan, Reverend Dr. Thomas Philips and Mr. RS. Mohan Shan

Hon. Secretary-General: Mr. Prematilaka KD Serisena

Hon. Deputy Secretary-General: Sardar Hargopal Singh Gill

Hon. Treasurer-General: Mr. V. M. Thiagarajan

Hon. Deputy Treasurer-General: Reverend Dr. Hermen Shastri

Exco Members: Ms. Loh Pai Ling, Ms. Sally Chee Lai Yan, Reverend Fr. Clarence Devadass, Mr. Tan Kong Beng, Dr. M. Bala Tharmalingam, Mr. CM. Kopalan, Sardar V. Harcharan Singh, Sardar Bagh Singh Sandhu, Daozhang Tong Kheim Chaang, Daozhang Lau Chean Kiat, Daozhang Tam Wai Kheong & Daozhang Lim Theng Kau.

Hon. Auditors: Mr. Chua Chong Kee, Mr. Samuel Ang Eng Hoe, Ms. R. Gopini, Sardar Piara Singh & Ms. Loi Choo Mooi

Legal Panels: Mr. Leonard Teoh, Mr. K. Shanmuga, Daozhang Ng Chek, Mr. Liu Chong Sin & Mr. Alex De Silva

MCCBCHST Secretariat

Executive Officer:

Administrative Assistant: Ms. Pachiammal Perumal

Address: No. 123, Jalan Berhala, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Telephone: (603) 2273 9304/9298  Fax: (603) 2273 9307

Email: mccbchst@yahoo.com

Website:https://harmonymalaysia.wordpress.com

2 Comments »

  1. stand for the religious rights of the community.

    Comment by subramaniam | May 9, 2010 | Reply

  2. Dear Sir or Madam,
    I am working on a research project about the perception on organ donation of Chinese and Malay people in Malaysia.
    Do learn more about the perception of organ donation from a taoist point of view I am interested to talk to someone who is representing the Taoist societz here in Malaysia. Therefore I would kindly ask you for a contact address of the Taoist Association of Malaysia.
    If you need further information about me or the research, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
    Thank you.
    Yours faithfully,
    Dr. Jenny Schreiber

    University of Hamburg
    Asian-Africa-Institute
    HP Malaysia: 010-2739220

    Comment by Jenny Schreiber | May 17, 2010 | Reply


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