慈濟傳播人文志業基金會
Let Your Every Second Count
Master Cheng Yen urges everyone to make the most of every second and not leave the pages of their lives blank.
Rohingya Refugees in Kuala Lumpur
For more than ten years, Tzu Chi volunteers in Malaysia have been helping Rohingya refugees that have escaped persecution in Myanmar and settled in Malaysia.
Humanitarian Aid Can’t Wait
Millions of refugees live in Jordan and Turkey, but only a few Tzu Chi volunteers live there. They do everything they can to help.
Working For A Sustainable Earth
Tzu Chi’s recycling effort has been lauded as “Taiwan’s biggest mass movement.”
At One Hundred, I Still Volunteer
Before I lose all my bodily functions, I want to live as meaningfully as I can so that I won’t have any regrets.
Senior-Proof the House
Tzu Chi helps senior-proof the houses of older people to make their living environments safer.
Light After the Dust Settles
As people’s lives settled back to normal after a major quake in Nepal, photographer Hsiao Yiu-hwa captured a family’s smiles.
Paradise On Fire
The Camp Fire almost totally destroyed the town of Paradise in northern California. Tzu Chi volunteers in 20 states swung into action to aid the victims.
Breathe
Be thankful that you can breathe.
Half the Brain, Twice the Life
Can you live with only half your brain? Lin Shinn-zong, a renowned Taiwanese neurosurgeon, recounts a story that testifies to the resilience of the human body and spirit.
My Three Weeks at Tzu Chi University
A visiting professor from Portland, Oregon, describes her experience at Tzu Chi University.
The Illustrated Jing Si
Aphorisms
Consulting fortune-tellers will not make you successful. Only your own mind and willpower can determine your fate.
Tzu Chi Events Around the World
January 2019