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President Obama Sends Greetings to Tzu Chi on 50th Birthday

President Obama Sends Greetings to Tzu Chi on 50th BirthdayA senior official from the United States came to Hualien to express the thanks f... Read more...

A New School, A New Beginning

A New School, A New BeginningOn July 29, 2015, a ceremony was held in Solino, Port-au-Prince, in which the Tz... Read more...

Starting A Renewed Life in A Clean Space

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... Read more...

Tzu Chi Distributes Rice to Syrian Refugees in Jordan

Tzu Chi Distributes Rice to Syrian Refugees in JordanIn 2015, the Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation distributed nearly 100 tons of r... Read more...

Tzu Chi 2015 Year in Review

Tzu Chi 2015 Year in Review The aim of Tzu Chi this year is to spread Great Love around the world and inspir... Read more...

Standing Tall at the Age of Twenty-Six

Standing Tall at the Age of Twenty-Six"Look at the ocean, I am finally here at the beach of Hualien. It is very beauti... Read more...

Distributing Multi-Purpose Platform to Earthquake Survivors in Nepal

Distributing Multi-Purpose Platform to Earthquake Survivors in NepalThe earthquake on April 25th, 2015 in Nepal devastated the country and destroyed... Read more...

The Tears of a Pharmacist

The Tears of a PharmacistOn the side of a quiet road was a grocery store. Nobody was in sight, only beaut... Read more...
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The Beauty of the Jing Si Abode

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 ocean can be filled, yet the tiny mouth of a human being can never be filled. "
Jing-Si Aphorism