Singapore Buddhist Lodge
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The Singapore Buddhist Lodge was founded by around 100 philanthropists, members of Singapore society. A building at 26 Blair Road and around S$1,000 cash were donated by Lee Choon Seng. Membership increased to 2,000 patrons by 1946. The charity began renting premises at 17 Kim Yam Road. The building was purchased outright in 1950, with a donation of S$10,000 from Zhang Jiamei and Zhong Tianshui and money obtained in a fundraising drive.
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