Sometimes the simplest of deeds can make the biggest changes, no matter how minute. Though, the world that we live in today has been significantly deprived of these deeds, there are a few that still believe in its importance. More often than not, the smallest of acts can greatly influence people’s lives.
Their events range from those within campus grounds and those that go beyond. Lollipop and Wangdu Jam were one of their earlier projects. Both involved spreading a positive message and equality, to the students and campus officials alike.
Their outer campus endeavours include a collaboration with a few people that have taken it as their mission to ensure the homeless in KL do not go hungry in the night. Members of Wangdus have taken the initiative to assist them on several occasions. The experience is its own reward as one truly learns to appreciate what they have and where they come from once they’ve seen the conditions some poor souls have to live through.
Now, where there is a ray of light, dark clouds are bound to roam close. There are those that believe, to a certain extent, that the club is a mere front for attention that claims to be something it is not. It is believed that the videos put up by the club depicting their deeds is only to bring attention to themselves rather than to pursue a greater cause. To all these people, Wangdus just has one thing to say, which is that criticism can never truly be absent from anything, done by anyone. Those who participated know what they did, what they were able to accomplish.
The videos are to serve as an example to others, to not take any act of kindness lightly. Each has its own merits as long as it is done with the right intentions. Anyone with ideas are more than welcomed to propose them, and if they see potential, Wangdus will initiate a motion to make it happen. There is no compulsion in their work. Those who want to assist in a certain project may join voluntarily and will be accepted with open arms. They have shown that, you do not have to wait on anyone to assist the community. That you can make a difference, regardless as to how big or small you contribution to society.
The Wangdus are an independent and strong willed bunch that genuinely care for the betterment of the community and will strive to achieve what they believe in. Anyone can be a Wangdu. There is no criteria that must be fulfilled to be part of this kindness, you merely have to do “one-good-do”, as the name suggests.