President of the Outstanding Women in Buddhism Awards (OWBA), Honorary President of the Chinese Character Education Promotion Association, Deputy President of the World Alliance of Buddhists (WAB) and Chairman of Women Development Committee, The Former President of Chinese Young Buddhist Association in Taiwan (CYBA), Vice of President International Women Meditation Center Foundation, International Chairman & Coordinator of Mahasanghadana in Taiwan, Founder of First Merits Goodness Awards Taiwan and Other Countries & Dignified Adviser of Mettavalokanaya International Buddhist Magazine and Bhikkhunis International Buddhist Magazine. Moreover, Most Venerable Bhikkhuni Dr. Ming Yu already visited 25 countries to participate International Buddhist Conferences, Forums & Buddhist activities on many times in her international travelling; United States of America, England, Japan, Switzerland, Sweden, Italy, France, Norway, Germany, Australia, China, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bangladesh, Kuwait, India, Nepal, Hong Kong, Myanmar, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos & Malaysia. Her main target is to teach good habits & qualities to the young generation who live in Taiwan and all over the world through Buddhism. Also, she always involving doing her best to the international movement empowering Buddhist women. She decided this for three reasons: (1) She wants to alleviate the suffering of others, (2) She could use her character to be a good role model for girls, and (3) She wanted to show that it is good for successful, affluent women to ordain. Most Venerable Bhikkhuni Dr. Ming Yu offers Dhamma talks around the world. Currently, she is still in practice, and views treating patients as the first and foremost merit field. She is active in propagating Buddhist education especially to the young. Her center serves not only Bhikkhunis, but also serves anyone who is interested in studying and practicing Buddhism. Most Venerable Bhikkhuni Dr. Ming Yu encourages both children and adults, to learn the Buddha’s teachings. She directs them to practice Dana (generosity), Sila (morality) and Bhavana (meditation). Thus, she has been active in promoting education and child rights in Taiwan. She attended many training courses for Buddhist Sangha Officers, the course on Buddhist preaching, and several refresher courses for Abbesses and Abbots.