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Tzu Chi COVID-19 Relief Effort Updates Across Southeast Asia

For the past year, the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation (Tzu Chi) has been making a concerted effort to send food and medical supplies to those countries hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. As of June 20, 2021, Tzu Chi’s footprints of humanitarian aid have now reached 125 countries and regions.

Six Insights Into the Mind

Can spirituality and business co-exist? James A. Lynch, Jr., Esq. says yes, and thensome. This August, the Tzu Chi Center

Spiritual Practices for Difficult Times

Centered around the theme of compassion and social transformation, this season we are speaking to special guests who know that changing the world around us originates from the change we create within ourselves. In this first episode, Dr. Petriano discusses how we can tap into spirituality to remain grounded and equanimous – despite the turbulence and chaos that have surrounded us over the past year and a half.

Encounter With the Self

In the finale of Season 2 of C.A.F.E. 229 at the Tzu Chi Center, the Wu Sisters join us from Taiwan about how to discover oneself through the art of slow living and doing ‘nothing.’

June 2021

Welcome to Mindful Eye: Film at Tzu Chi Center! Tonight, Mindful Eye presents Monk With a Camera with special guest,

COVID-19 Relief in India and Southeast Asia: Compassion Knows No Borders

Since 2020, the Tzu Chi has worked tirelessly to provide relief for those suffering in India, and their constant effort has redoubled as heartbreaking news of the latest wave of the deadly virus dominated headlines. In just the first five months of 2021, Tzu Chi has already provided relief to seven countries in the region, including India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Laos, and Cambodia, working with 59 organizations in total, providing support to over 330,000 families.