慈濟傳播人文志業基金會
The Story of Nathou
Get rid of your attachments, and put the needs of others first.
It Needn’t Always Be Rice
Farm policies in Taiwan have become lopsided. It is time for an agricultural renaissance.
A Chance for Needy Students
Tzu Chi has a special program for disadvantaged students from Taiwanese aboriginal peoples.
Hope, Commitment, And Love
Tzu Chi has finished rebuilding three schools destroyed by the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
A Small Paradise in Zimbabwe
A schoolteacher in Zimbabwe thanks Master Cheng Yen for helping future ministers, teachers, doctors, lawyers to study well.
Less Hurt on The Earth
Despite her pain from old injuries, Lan-xiang picks up treasures at market fruit stalls.
New Homes Here And New Homes There
Over the past six years, Tzu Chi volunteers have built new homes for about a thousand families in Indonesia.
Life Sutra
The Bodhisattva Path is about going amongst people to serve others.
Is This Worth Doing?
When a professional accountant saw Tzu Chi volunteers take time away from their jobs to do volunteer work, she felt that it made no economic sense.
Standing Up Once Again
A young teenager has long taken care of her physically challenged mother. She thinks she is just doing what she should do: repaying her mother for raising her.
One in Every Nightstand
Tzu Chi volunteers in the United States have visited close to a thousand hotels since 2011, trying to put a complimentary copy of Jing Si Aphorisms in every guestroom.
From A Drug Addict’s Family Member
Drug addicts must realize that they hurt others as well as themselves.
One Renminbi Weighs This Much…
A father in China works hard to send his children to school.
The Illustrated Jing Si Aphorisms
You can only get rid of hatred by forgetting about it. At all times, we must forgive and love others.
Tzu Chi Events Around The World
Tzu Chi briefs from all over.
Fall 2013