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The Tzu Chi Buddhist General Hospital started out as a free clinic in a rented apartment on Yan Ai Street, Hualien, Taiwan in September 1972.
It was after a good lunch and rest when our guide announced that our next stop was a 'visit to our silent mentors'. FOONG PEK YEE writes.
THE courage and compassion of Tzu Chi members can move one to tears. At the Still Thought Abode centre in Kaohsiung, we met three heroes in environmental conservation - visually-handicapped Chew Su Hui, polio patient Tsai Mei Ling and 93-year-old Chen Mei Ying.
Recycling is a way of life for over 50,000 members of Tzu Chi Foundation in Taiwan who volunteer their time at 4,500 recycling centres on the island.
It was a heart-wrenching scene when the search-and-rescue team brought Wong Han Wen's body back to Mersing, with all the flesh from his head gone.
Few people understand the contemporary global warming phenomenon, and fewer still realise the seriousness of its effect on the Earth.
Stamford College Malacca's School of Business Club held a one-day charity fair to raise funds for 'Tabung Dapur untuk Darfur TV3' and Buddhist Tzu-Chi Foundation recently.