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The Art of Conflict

Talk Description At its surface, the martial arts are practices to resolve conflict between two people. However, as one practices further, it is a form of training one can use

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CAFE 229

Speakers will come from the fields of psychology, health care, clinical research, religious practice and studies, philosophy, arts and culture, communications, global studies, and service-learning.

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Programs

The Tzu Chi Center for Compassionate Relief presents a diversity of virtual and in-person programs that aim to deepen our wisdom, better our self-understanding, and advance dialogue on real-world problems

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The Monk With a Camera

Talk Description This January, we had the distinct pleasure of welcoming Buddhist monk and photographer, Nicholas Vreeland, to C.A.F.E. 229. Accompanied by host and classical musician, Dr. Joanne Chang, he

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