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I quote.....

" It would not pay, to have kept account of the cost, to research, establish
and maintain, what hopefully has resulted in China's Garden Art, exemplary website...ChineseGardenScene.cn

Acts 20:35

....there is more happiness in giving, than there is in receiving."

Luke 21:4

"  For all these dropped in gifts, out of their surplus, but this woman, out of her want, dropped in all the means of living she had."

Chinese coins photo.

2 Corinthians 8:13-15

"  For I do not mean for it to be easy for others, but hard on You;
but that by means of an equalizing Your surplus just now might offset their deficiency, in order that their surplus might also come to offset Your deficiency, that an equalizing might take place.
Just as it is written:

" The person with much, did not have too much and the person with little, did not have too little."

jj.....just telling it, how it is [ whether he is artisan, advocate, consultant, Kezhi or literati scholar ] purposed aright and simply the TRUTH.

In  ' Simplified English,' what is the relevance of  these scriptures ?

FIRST....Bible words, were written a long time ago, for our benefit.

SECOND....GIVING is more rewarding, than receiving.

THIRD.....it is not what or how much you give, that is important.

FOURTH.....would You agree rather, it is the spirit of willingness to give.

FIFTH.....the form that giving takes, is secondary to the gift.

SIXTH.....Your gifts are appreciated by those, who feel a need for them.

SEVENTH......Your time, given for righteous purpose is a precious gift.

Righteously purposed, towards...

  • What has Altruism, got to do with philanthropy,

          philosophy and / or religion ?


Chinese characters for " Altruism."

  • Social behaviors are mainly selfish in nature, benefiting individuals ?

                                    TRUE / FALSE

  •  " Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. "

                                    TRUE / FALSE

  •  " There is more happiness in giving, than there is in receiving." ?

                                    TRUE / FALSE

Pure altruism is giving without regard to reward or the benefits of recognition and need.


because nothing is forever, set in concrete....

except a past that is now behind....

Have You bothered yet, about origins, about heritage, about roots ?

I hope that one day, my sons will wish to search;

for some of their roots [ I have found ] - are embedded in the soil of China.

Yes - on their mother's side - their Great, Great Grandfather was

Wong Koon Yau, who passed away in Suva, Fiji, in 1957;

born in  Zhongshan  中山  a city in the south of the Pearl River Delta in Guangdong province in southern China.

Originally a county renamed in honour of Dr. Sun Zhongshan, who is also known as  Dr. Sun Yat-Sen and considered by many to be the:

                      " Father of Modern China."

Dr. Sun was born in Cuiheng village [ now part of Nanlang Town ]  just outside of downtown Zhongshan. 

Trade Mark of the Jeffery Lee Wong Foundation [ JLWFoundation ]


a private foundation, that purposes;

to balance, harmonize and prolong, human endeavor -

through a father & hopefully, his sons efforts -

towards the advocacy and preservation of an art culture.

Postmen in the Mountains......

Postmen in the Mountains This is a quiet, powerful drama about the relationship between a son and his father, whose work as a postman in the remote West China mountain community keeps him away from home. To deliver the mail to the scattered settlements and farms he travels on foot up and down rugged tree-covered mountains . The now aging father expects his son to take over his route, only to learn that his son plans to leave for the city. When the father falls ill the son agrees to help him. The youth learns that his father does far more than simply deliver the mail to the people; he is a connecting link to the people in this dispersed community.

1998, Color, 90 min, Screenplay: Si Wu Director: Huo Jianqi Cinematographer: Zhao Lei Cast: Teng Rujun, Liu Ye.

Country Teachers.......

This is a homage to China’s hard-pressed highly dedicated, but poorly paid teachers who work in the rural country schools. For the truly committed, their goal is preparing Chinese children to advance to a higher level of education. Unhappily assigned to a country school is a bright, young woman who hoped for a more prestigious position. Her stay at the school, working with the children and the teachers, exposes her to a deeper understanding of the significance of learning and the meaning of community in the lives of the children.

1993, Color, 90 min, Director: He Qun Cinematographer: Meng Weibing Cast: Li Baotian, Ju Xue, Xiu Zongdi, Wang Xueqi.


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Munificent - A word defined in terms of the Jeffery Lee Wong Foundation

Looking toward Heaven and showing true colours.

Please visit en.wikipedia.org, through LINKAGE:

       Qing Dynasty China - Philanthropist -  Ye Chengzhong

and News.Xinhuanet.com LINKAGE:

              A Breathtaking Garden


Please visit  KFFoundation.com  through LINKAGE:

                Preserve & Regenerate Chinese Culture

Please visit The Robert H.N.Ho Family Foundation through LINKAGE:

Art Education, Cultural Understanding, Creativity & Heritage Preservation


Please visit AsianPhilanthropyForum.org  through LINKAGE:

                   Promoting philanthropy in Asia, to Asia, for Asia.

Please visit  Give2Asia.org  through LINKAGE:

                   Arts & Culture

Please visit   ChinaPhilanthropy.typepad.com  through LINKAGE:

                              China Non-Profit Regulations Review

Chinese beggar generosity.