Youth Elite News


      Let Dreams Soar International Youth Camp              Xu Pei Er, age 19, Malaysia              Prior to this camp, I didn’t have a direction in my life. The idea of focusing on clear aspirations had never struck me. But through the camp’s inspiring teachings, I came to realize that I want to be an outstand…
      Shaping Destiny              The 12-Day Bodhi Meditation International Youth Camp held at Kepong Bodhi Meditation Center, Malaysia, commenced on July 22, 2017. More than 200 participants from Canada, the United States, France, Australia, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Malaysia came together for an exciting journey. &nbs…
I Realise I Can Be Successful By Silvia Zhu, Vancouver Starting from the day I stepped into Canadian Youth Elite Association (CYEA) of Vancouver Bodhi Meditation Centre, my world changed. The wheels of my life were rearranged and they started to move in a new direction. I was a diffident, timid and nervous girl. This is something my parents, relatives, friends and I acknowledged. However, the la…
CYEA Caption All the experiences I had in CYEA make up my world, each shaping my dreams in different ways. These experiences and learning journeys have nurtured in me a desire to use my skills to create something new, something big, something that will change the world. Quanwei Brian Hu, 18 I was in need of desperate help, but there was nowhere to turn to. Then my friend, Kara, introduced me to…
A Lovely Surprise: Meditation Is Nurturing My Children By An-Mi, Singapore During the holidays in June 2012, I sent my son, Teck Khang, and daughter, Swee Ting, to Bodhi Meditation’s inaugural Mind Leap Programme for Children. As it was a new programme at Singapore Bodhi Meditation Centre, I had little if any knowledge of what the course would be like. However, after having benefited from the Me…
Petaling Jaya Bodhi Meditation Center in Malaysia held a Mind Leap course in June 2015, themed “I want to change the world to create the future”.
he goal of the Canadian Youth Elite Association (CYEA) is to intensively train young people from the age of 12 to 17 to be the leaders of tomorrow. One hundred participants from England, China, Hong Kong, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver joined the 12-day summer camp in the summer of 2014.
Camper Arthur Wong said, “I expected a fun summer camp with all my friends, lots of learning and exercising.” During the camp, he realized that he had more faith in himself than he thought he did.