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Back to listMay 3, 2007

SGI-Australia Announces New Leaders

At a meeting commemorating May 3, Soka Gakkai Day, SGI-Australia made a fresh start ahead of the SGI-Oceania general meeting scheduled for 2008. New leaders were announced as follows: Men's Leader--Charles Teoh; Youth Leader--Jarrett Yap; Young Men's Leader--Anurag Karol; and Study Department Coordinator--Mark Young.

Charles Teoh SGI-Australia MD Leader
Jarrett Yap SGI-Australia Youth Div. Leader
Anurag Karol SGI-Australia YMD Leader

During 2007, SGI-Australia is focusing on invigorating local discussion meetings. Leaders are committed to creating attractive discussion meetings that support and enhance members' practice and understanding of Nichiren Buddhism, based on the three themes of "Sharing Happiness," "Making Friends" and "Winning in Life."

[Adapted from an article in the June 22, 2007 issue of the Seikyo Shimbun, Soka Gakkai, Japan]