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Tzu Chi Gives Rice to 1,480 Needy Families in Zimbabwe

Tzu Chi Gives Rice to 1,480 Needy Families in ZimbabweIs it hard to eat three meals a day? For you probably not, but it is for many pe... Read more...

Exploring the Future of Buddhism through a Historical Perspective

Exploring the Future of Buddhism through a Historical PerspectiveIn the history of Buddhism, why did it come to an end in India? Why did it decli... Read more...

Heart-warming Packages for Afghan Refugees in U.S.

Heart-warming Packages for Afghan Refugees in U.S.Home is home. But, if home is not home anymore, how do refugees feel? What do th... Read more...

Tzu Chi Inspires Haitians, Helps 2,000 Earthquake-hit Families

Tzu Chi Inspires Haitians, Helps 2,000 Earthquake-hit FamiliesThe generosity of the Tzu Chi Foundation in Haiti inspired the vice president of... Read more...

Tzu Chi Great Love Villages open in Indonesia

Tzu Chi Great Love Villages open in Indonesia“Thank God!” It was with these words that Syafruddin and his wife greeted Indone... Read more...

What Might Buddhist Art for the 21st Century Look Like?

What Might Buddhist Art for the 21st Century Look Like?
What might Buddhist art for the 21st century look like? Have you ever wondered a... Read more...

In Haiti, Industrial Chemist Gives Away Detergent

In Haiti, Industrial Chemist Gives Away Detergent“Some Taiwanese people have come here to help patients affected by the earthquak... Read more...

Tzu Chi Trains Local Volunteers in Haiti

Tzu Chi Trains Local Volunteers in HaitiOn August 14, a catastrophic earthquake again struck Haiti – its people are trul... Read more...
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