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Environmental Protection

Environmental Protection Starts at Home

Environmental Protection Starts at Home Tzu Chi’s environment mission is 20 years old and is moving its centre from the public space into the home. The volunteers at the first recycling station are working with the same enthusiasm as they did two decades ago.

It was on August 23, 1990 that, in a speech at the Shin Min Commercial & Industrial Vocational High School (Shin Min High School, in Aug. 2000) in Taichung, central Taiwan, Master Cheng Yen urged the public to begin recycling. Since then, it has spread from Taichung to 5,000 stations in 17 countries around the world, with thousands of people involved in collecting waste and sorting them in recycling stations.Read more...
 

Eco-Friendly Clothing Gets Quality Certification

Eco-Friendly Clothing Gets Quality Certification The 13 textile products made by the Da Ai Technology Co., LTD have just received q... Read more...

Recycling Center in Kunshan, China

Recycling Center in Kunshan, China Kunshan is a booming industrial town in east China that has attracted a great de... Read more...

The Greater Use of 12 PET Bottles, Prime Minister Surprised

The Greater Use of 12 PET Bottles, Prime Minister Surprised The Resident Committees of Kg Tiong Bahru West and Kim Tian West jointly organiz... Read more...

DAAI Technology Company Unveils Eco-friendly Products

DAAI Technology Company Unveils Eco-friendly Products After extensive research on new methods of reusing recycled plastic bottles, the... Read more...
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Volunteers

Are you prepared to put your kindness into actions and join Tzu Chi in promoting the goodness and beauty of mankind?
You are always welcome to join our Tzu Chi’s Great Love missions by becoming a member or volunteer. Please contact the Tzu Chi location near you.

" The behavior of a person during his lifetime, be it good or evil, is accumulated over time. "
Jing-Si Aphorism