On the first day the children were introduced to each other in an 「ice-breaking」 session, in order to get to know each other better and to build teamwork. Ven Yung Hsin taught the children about Buddhist conduct, to help them to understand the camp and temple rules & regulations.
In the following days the children learned from their teachers the traditional Chinese dance, and arts such as clay-men making, origami, and paper sculpture. Because some of the children were never exposed to these arts, they were all very curious and keen to learn from the teachers, and really enjoyed their new knowledge & skills.
In the final way there was an exhibition of the artwork the children created and demonstration of the dance the children learned during the camp. All the children's parents were very pleased with their children's new skills and could not believe the progress their children made in such a short time.