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Aug 26th
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Drawings of Beauty in the Heart

Drawings of Beauty in the HeartToday (5/26) marks the fifth day since the setting up of the Tzu Chi Humanities Class in Bhaktapur tent community. Apart from the daily sign language sessions to cheer the children up, there was an art session today to let the children pour their hearts out through the strokes of their crayons. Tzu Chi volunteer Lin Shu-chen, who heads the daily Jing Si Aphorism classes, stated that drawing is a form of self-therapy. She hoped that children traumatized by the earthquake could reveal and relieve their emotional burdens.Read more...
 

Collaborating with Municipality Office To Provide Relief to Nepal

Collaborating with Municipality Office To Provide Relief to NepalOn May 24, Tzu Chi Relief and Medical Team held a large scale relief distributio... Read more...

A Classroom of Humanistic Culture, a Palace for Children

A Classroom of Humanistic Culture, a Palace for ChildrenAn earthquake is without mercy, it has destroyed their community. It has left ch... Read more...

Warm Response as Traditional Chinese Medicine Debuts in Nepal

Warm Response as Traditional Chinese Medicine Debuts in NepalThe assumption that Nepali residents would fear the thin and long acupuncture ne... Read more...

Return to Great Love Villages in Nepal After 20 Years

Return to Great Love Villages in Nepal After 20 Years“Taiwan! Taiwan!” Seeing again the blue and white uniform brought the memories o... Read more...
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