慈濟傳播人文志業基金會
A PHONE CALL
A single small event can transform your life.
YOU CAN'T GO BACK TO THE PAST, BUT YOU CAN CHANGE THE FUTURE
For burn victims of the water park disaster, the road to recovery will be long and painful.
LEARNING TO WALK AND ROCK AGAIN
Huang Zi-xian is moving courageously forward toward his own recovery.
BEAUTY IS IN THE MIND'S EYE
Huang Zi-xian is moving courageously forward toward his own recovery.
THE MESSENGER
A Tzu Chi volunteer keeps up communications between friends who were sent to different hospitals after the amusement park catastrophe.
HAITI, FIVE YEARS LATER
Five years after a devastating earthquake, Haiti still struggles to rebuild. Tzu Chi volunteers try to help by providing food to the underserved such as people at a hospital and an orphanage.
A NEW SCHOOL, A NEW BEGINNING
Tzu Chi has rebuilt a school in one of the biggest slums in Haiti.
MEDICAL CARE FOR REFUGEES IN THAILAND
Refugees from many nations live a shadowy, tenuous existence in Thailand. Through free medical clinics, Tzu Chi volunteers hope to provide a sense of security and comfort.
A FERRY TO THE OTHER SHORE
Tzu Chi volunteers help poor children in remote villages in Malaysia to get an education.
AGONY UP CLOSE
A volunteer experiences the meaningfulness of her work with Syrian refugees in Turkey.
STAY TRUE TO THE BODHISATTVA PATH
Master Cheng Yen reminds us that all the suffering in the world begins in our own minds.
RECYCLING HEALS
Zhan Chun-yu discovered that doing recycling was great therapy for her bipolar disorder.
A HOLE IN THE ROOF
A small group of loving volunteers make an old house habitable again for a widow and her handicapped son.
HER MOMENT
Tzu Chi staff photographer Hsiao Yiu-hwa ponders how, in a world with so many photos, some photos might mean a lot to some people.
A SECOND CHANCE
Having received so much love and accommodation from others, a former drug addict and ex-con works to help others.
THIS IS NOT THE END
People who donate their bodies for education and research utilize their bodies to the fullest and thus make their lives more meaningful.
THE ILLUSTRATED JING SI APHORISMS
People turn on lights to see, but true light comes from the heart.
TZU CHI EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD
Tzu Chi briefs from all over.
Winter 2015