Took ordination under Venerable Master Miao Hua of Long Shan Temple.
Received full ordination vows from Venerable Master Bai Sheng at Bi Yan Monastery, Xinchu county, Taiwan.
Appointed as the Monastic Manager of Chih Kuei Fu Ser Buddhist society
Appointed as the first Abbot of Golden Pagoda Buddhist Temple, which is dedicated to the propagation of the Medicine Buddha Practice.
Appointed President of the Metta Welfare Association Executive Committee. Dedicated his efforts to provide charitable welfare services to serve the less fortunate in Singapore.
Appointed as the Chief Editor of “Vaidurya Magazine”, a Buddhist magazine dedicated to promoting Buddhist lifestyle and values.
Appointed by the Singapore Tourism Board as its Consultant for Myanmar Religious Tours. Helped to promote interaction between the Tourism agencies of the two countries.
Established the Metta School to provide education to students with slight intellectual disability and autism. Classes were first held at temporary premises at No. 12 Chai Chee road while plans for the construction of the Metta School building were drawn up
Established the Metta Home for the Disabled & Metta Home Day Activity Centre to provide long term accommodation and day care services for the intellectually disabled.
“Vaidurya Magazine” was revamped into a bi-monthly publication
The Buddha Tooth Relic was displayed at the Gangarama Temple in Sri Lanka for four days. The event attracted 300,000 visitors from all over the world
Went into another retreat focusing on the Dharma Flower Sutra. The idea for the design of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple with its fusion of the Buddhist Mandala and China’s Tang Dynasty Buddhist architecture was formulated at this time.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is formally registered as a society. Appointed as the Chairman of the new temple’s Building Committee
Appointed as the Vice-Chairman of the Singapore Buddhist Federation, giving Ven. Fazhao the opportunity to serve the greater Buddhist community of Singapore.
Received the Buddha Tooth Relic and Buddha Relics from Myanmar.
Held the Second Buddha Tooth Relic and Five Hundred Arhats cum Buddhist Artifacts Exhibition which attracted 600,000 visitors. This was one of the largest Buddhist event in Singapore’s history.
Held the Third Buddha Tooth Relic and Five Hundred Arhats cum Buddhist Artifacts Exhibition which attracted 600,000 visitors. This was one of the largest Buddhist event in Singapore’s history.