Vol. 9  No. 1
Spring 2002
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[ CONTENTS ]

DR. DUH SWEEPS THE PARK
The forefather of the semi-conductor industry in Taiwan shows what it means to "help the poor and educate the rich."
IN THE WIND AND SNOW
Refugees in Afghanistan need everything, but most of all they need hope.
TIMA: LOVING DOCTORS AROUND THE WORLD
These medical professionals volunteer to contribute their expertise and time for needy people in every corner of the world.
HOPE IS SPROUTING
On the second anniversary of Project Hope, photographer Juan I-jong records the rebirth of fifty schools.
SPLENDORS OF A BYGONE AGE
The auction of a few looted national treasures recalls the former flory of the Garden of Perfect Splendor.
YOUR CHILDREN ARE LOVED
At overseas Tzu Chi humanities schools, children are cared for by many people.
FOTUCHENG
Lin Sen-shou introduces the Indian monk who spread Buddhism throughout China.
HARMONIOUS RELATIONSHIPS BRING BLESSINGS
Master Cheng Yen reminds us that in addition to spreading love around the world, we must also give love to our own communites and families.
WHEN EAST MEETS WEST
The friendship between Master Cheng Yen and Sr. Angela Doyle shows that love transcends all boundaries.
AN AFRICAN LEGEND
Pan Ming-shui became a legend for his charitable work in South Africa.
A NEW START IN LIFE
William Keh, now the vice CEO of the Tzu Chi US head office, was a successful physician and businessman before he found new meaning in life through Tzu Chi.
A NEW DEFINITION OF HAPPINESS
A simple action tapped the well of compassion in a wealthy businessman in Malaysia.
THE LITTLE ROOSTER ON THE ROOF
Through hard work, a little rooster wins a big job.
STILL THOUGHTS--THE CARTOON VERSION
The Buddha reminds us that when we learn to let go, we will be filled with joy.
EVENTS IN THE TZU CHI WORLD
Tzu Chi briefs from around the world.