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Dharma as Water, Vol. 3

Dharma as Water, Vol. 3

Personal experience led Dharma Master Wu-da, a Buddhist monk in the Tang Dynasty, to write the Compassionate Samadhi Wat...
Bring Love to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi

Bring Love to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi

How many people can you serve from a pot of soup made o...
Tzu Chi Provides Financial Assistance to Yemeni Students in Istanbul

Tzu Chi Provides Financial Assistance to Yemeni Students in Istanbul

After years of helping Syrian refugees in Turkey, Tzu C...
Dharma Master Cheng Yen Receives Honorary Doctorate

Dharma Master Cheng Yen Receives Honorary Doctorate

Dharma Master Cheng Yen, founder of the Buddhist Compas...
 

Serving Others as a Way of Cultivation

Serving Others as a Way of Cultivation [ Master's Teachings ]
When people think about practicing Buddhism, some would asso...

The Old Monk and the Landowner

The Old Monk and the Landowner As we walk the Bodhisattva Path, the Buddha teaches us that we should form good ...

Feeling Young Again

Feeling Young Again [ Master's Teachings ] In recent years, the problem of the aging population truly c...

Tzu Chi Volunteers in Argentina Serve Food in Soup Kitchen

Tzu Chi Volunteers in Argentina Serve Food in Soup Kitchen Tzu Chi volunteers in Argentina have for the last four years been serving food i...

A School for Syrian Children in Istanbul Becomes Official

A School for Syrian Children in Istanbul Becomes Official On November 26, 2018, a school for Syrian refugees set up by the government of S...

Tzu Chi Delivers 550 Blankets to Fire Victims in California

Tzu Chi Delivers 550 Blankets to Fire Victims in California Volunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation delivered 550 blankets to victims of devast...

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...

Shrink Your Ego and Win Love

Shrink Your Ego and Win Love She looked forward to happily-ever-after when she got married, but she was bitte...

She Kept Going

She Kept Going We dedicate this article to the memory of Jiang Liu-mei, who passed away on Octo...

An Expanded Family

An Expanded Family Headlights lit the ramp as a car left the basement parking lot of the Kaohsiun...

Tzu Chi University Presidential Search Announcement

Tzu Chi University Presidential Search Announcement
I. Tzu Chi University is inviting nominations and applications for its next pres...

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...

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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