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Say No to Drugs! Be the Boss of Your Own Life.

Say No to Drugs! Be the Boss of Your Own Life. “When a child transitions from primary school to high school, the child’s curios... Read more...

2014 TIMA Annual Convention Opening Ceremony

2014 TIMA Annual Convention Opening Ceremony479 TIMA members from 18 countries were well seated in the main hall of Jing Si ... Read more...

The DA.AI Family Day, Hands-on Experience to Protect the Planet

The DA.AI Family Day, Hands-on Experience to Protect the PlanetEnvironmental protection is one of the core values, as well as origin, of DA.AI ... Read more...

Tzu Chi Holds 4th Free Dental Clinic in Sydney Suburb

Tzu Chi Holds 4th Free Dental Clinic in Sydney SuburbJuly is the depth of winter in the southern hemisphere. The early morning of Jul... Read more...

In Kaohsiung, Tzu Chi Prepared a Special Gift for the Autumn Festival

In Kaohsiung, Tzu Chi Prepared a Special Gift for the Autumn FestivalTo ease the pain of residents of Kaohsiung traumatized by devastating gas explos... Read more...

The July Blessing Ceremony in Australian City Hall of Gold Coast

The July Blessing Ceremony in Australian City Hall of Gold CoastWhen Australia Gold Coast City Mayor, Tom Tate, visited Tzu Chi Foundation for t... Read more...

Working Together to Bring Peace in Times of Disaster

Working Together to Bring Peace in Times of DisasterLate on the night of July 31, 2014, a series of gas explosions, caused by a leak... Read more...

NGO Taiwan Experience Group Experienced the DA.AI Humanism Spirit

NGO Taiwan Experience Group Experienced the DA.AI Humanism SpiritThe NGO Taiwan Experience Reporter Group, consists of 6 editors, publishers, and... Read more...
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Jing-Si Aphorism