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An Unpardonable Sin
Suicide does not just affect one person, but also his family and friends.
Frozen at the Border
The Jordanian government and relief organizations have found it increasingly difficult to support the large number of refugees fleeing unrest in the Middle East.
Guardian Mothers
The refugees in Jordan include many mothers who must raise their children by themselves.
A Wretched Limbo
Overwhelmed by the flood of refugees, Jordan has stopped most immigration, thus stranding many refugees in remote desert areas.
Humanitarian Architecture
A group of architects works to produce buildings that meet the unique cultural needs of remote communities.
Before Memory Fades
Dementia may be slowed if it is diagnosed and treated early. The Tzu Chi International Medical Association offers workshops on memory preservation.
Sharing the Load
Those who take care of dementia sufferers also need physical and mental support.
Don’t Forget Me
A wife writes a letter to her forgetful husband.
After Typhoon Nepartak
Taimali, Taitung County, where Super Typhoon Nepartak made landfall in July 2016, looked like a war zone.
After a Long Night
Many people lost a lot in the storm, but they will help each other rebuild their dreams.
Tears and Sweat
Tzu Chi volunteers converged from all over Taiwan to aid the victims of Nepartak.
The Kumamoto Quakes
In April 2016, a series of earthquakes up to magnitude 7.3 ravaged Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. Tzu Chi volunteers provided support to survivors.
Good News, Bad News
After the most disastrous wildfire in Canadian history, Tzu Chi volunteers provide not only material aid, but more importantly love, comfort, hope, and strength.
A Ripple of Goodness
Months after she lost everything in a California wildfire, a victim discovered a ripple of Tzu Chi’s goodness in her life.
Stay Strong in Your Faith
This troubled world needs living bodhisattvas who will work hard with one another to sow seeds of love.
An Unexpected Bodhisattva
This cancer patient has a lot to teach us.
The Illustrated Jing Si Aphorisms
Right Speech means that we always mean what we say.
Tzu Chi Events Around the World
Tzu Chi briefs from all over.
Fall 2016