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Paper Money: Overcoming the Superstition

Paper Money: Overcoming the Superstition

Many Chinese people believe it is important to burn paper money for their ancestors. Especially in the seventh month of the lunar calendar, also known as the Ghost Month, people ritually bur...
Tzu Chi Begins Relief Work in Southeast Taiwan After Typhoon

Tzu Chi Begins Relief Work in Southeast Taiwan After Typhoon

More than 100 volunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation have begun relief work in are...
Tzu Chi Team Surveys Typhoon Damage

Tzu Chi Team Surveys Typhoon Damage

Early this morning, 7/9, a disaster relief team of the Tzu Chi Foundation set ou...
Giving with a Pure Heart

Giving with a Pure Heart

[ Master's Teachings ]
The Buddha teaches us that we must not cultivate only to ben...
Tzu Chi Built Homes to Flood Victims in Honduras

Tzu Chi Built Homes to Flood Victims in Honduras

The Tzu Chi Foundation gave 408 homes to flood victims in the central American s...
 

Wisdom vs. Superstition

Wisdom vs. Superstition [ Master's Teachings ]
In the seventh month of the lunar calendar, many people make...

The Month of Auspiciousness

The Month of Auspiciousness [ Master's Teachings ]
Editor’s note: In observing the Chinese tradition of the sev...

Healing Our Minds to Save the Earth

Healing Our Minds to Save the Earth [ Words to Volunteers ] The impact of global warming is becoming more serious. In ...

Tzu Chi in France Give Relief Fund to Flood Survivors

Tzu Chi in France Give Relief Fund to Flood Survivors Tzu Chi volunteers in France have given relief fund to the victims of the countr...

New Tzu Chi Clinic in Istanbul for Refugees

New Tzu Chi Clinic in Istanbul for  Refugees The Tzu Chi Foundation has established a free clinic for Syrian refugees in the ...

Tzu Chi Takes Cash-for-Relief Program to Third City in Ecuador

Tzu Chi Takes Cash-for-Relief Program to Third City in Ecuador Volunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation in Ecuador organized a five-day Cash-for-Re...

Nepal Phenday Care Children Home Visit

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

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

Tzu Chi’s Semi-Permanent Classrooms On 25th April 2016, many schools across Nepal were destroyed and damaged, mostly...

An Expanded Family

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

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

Returning to a Free Life through Vegetarian Diet Over the years, whenever I tried to purchase medical insurance, I was always rej...

President Obama Sends Greetings to Tzu Chi on 50th Birthday

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

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

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

About Tzu Chi Tzu Chi Foundation was established in 1966 by Venerable Dharma Master Cheng Yen on...

This is Tzu Chi

This is Tzu Chi With offices in 47 countries, the Tzu Chi Foundation is one of the largest chari...

Tzu Chi Missions

Tzu Chi Missions In 1966, Dharma Master Cheng Yen established the Tzu Chi Foundation in Hualien, ...

The Beauty of the Jing Si Abode

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Bring Warmth to the World with Great Love from our Heart

"What's the most blissful life?" Someone once asked. "A Life full of Love," Dharma Master ...

 

The Meaning of Honoring Buddha Day, Mothers Day, and Tzu Chi Day

In May, Tzu Chi volunteers in 34 countries and regions held Buddha Day ceremonies to celeb...

 

Protect the future of the Earth, Protect life

In turn, it saves the Earth, and save the human race.

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