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Introductory pamphlet to Tzu Chi (e-book)
The Master Answers
Jing Si Aphorisms
Wisdom at Dawn (video)
The Mentor of Master Cheng Yen
Morning Volunteer Assembly
Mission of Charity
Mission of Medicine
Mission of Education
Mission of Culture
Bone Marrow Donation
One Year After Earthquake in Nepal
Project Hope -- Disaster Risk Reduction
Help Hurricane Sandy Survivors
Sutra Adaptation of the Water Repentance
Help Japan with Love
Help QLD with Love
Buddha Day Ceremony
Help Haiti with Love
Great Love After Asia Tsunami
Myanmar: After Cyclone Nargis
How to Help
Jing Si Publications
Tzu Chi Songs
Tzu Chi in the News
Letters from Master Cheng Yen
Aid Recipients Help Others
For people living below the poverty line who can only afford one meal a day, a 20-kg pack of rice means more than just food. In the Philippines, when care recipients receive a sack of rice, ...
Acting with Kindness: Mahakasyapa‘s Good Deed
In walking the Bodhisattva Path, we are to help all living b...
A Thought Can Change Life’s Path: The Stingy Old Man
Many people are blessed with material wealth and live comfor...
Creating Blessings and Nurturing Wisdom
Last year was Tzu Chi’s 50th year. In April, we will celebra...
Bringing Out Our Potential: The Bull with One Horn
Each and every one of us has the great potential to attain e...
The Four Bodhisattva Practices
The journey to Buddhahood is very long. On this journey one ...
A Time to Protect Life
In modern times, many Chinese people perform rituals on certain days to seek ble...
Paper Money: Overcoming the Superstition
Many Chinese people believe it is important to burn paper money for their ancest...
Tzu Chi Response to Help Survivors of Indonesian Earthquake
Volunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation, in Indonesia, moved at once to help victim...
Tzu Chi Brings Red Bean Rice to Hurricane Survivors in Haiti
Volunteers from the Tzu Chi Foundation have been bringing food and zinc sheets t...
Tzu Chi Assesses the Damages Caused by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti
On 4th of October 2016, Hurricane Matthew caused nearly 900 deaths in the southe...
Nepal Phenday Care Children Home Visit
Today (March 26), a team of 16 Nepali Tzu Chi volunteers went to the Phenday Car...
A Follow up Visit to Twin Babies in Nepal
Tzu Chi’s principle is not only to provide material aid to people in need but al...
Tzu Chi’s Semi-Permanent Classrooms
On 25th April 2016, many schools across Nepal were destroyed and damaged, mostly...
An Expanded Family
Headlights lit the ramp as a car left the basement parking lot of the Kaohsiun...
Care, Is More than Just Saying Good Luck
When I was sick in bed, many people encouraged me to get well soon. But nobody e...
Returning to a Free Life through Vegetarian Diet
Over the years, whenever I tried to purchase medical insurance, I was always rej...
Tzu Chi Missions
President Obama Sends Greetings to Tzu Chi on 50th Birthday
A senior official from the United States came to Hualien to express the thanks f...
A New School, A New Beginning
On July 29, 2015, a ceremony was held in Solino, Port-au-Prince, in which the Tz...
Starting A Renewed Life in A Clean Space
"After I recover, I will get a job to support myself." said Mr. Shih, who had be...
About Tzu Chi
Tzu Chi Foundation was established in 1966 by
Venerable Dharma Master Cheng Yen
This is Tzu Chi
With offices in 47 countries, the Tzu Chi Foundation is one of the largest chari...
Tzu Chi Missions
In 1966, Dharma Master Cheng Yen established the Tzu Chi Foundation in Hualien, ...
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