Vol. 10  No. 4
Winter 2003
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[ CONTENTS ]

HOW TO ANSWER A LAWSUIT
Master Cheng Yen sets a good example of practicing what she preaches, even when it hurts.
HSUAN TSANG ARRIVES IN NALANDA
A reporter and photographer retrace a seventh century Chinese monk's route to India.
THE SCULPTURAL WORLD OF CHANG CHING
Despite starting late in life, this sculptor has become a national treasure for his achievements.
IT STARTED FROM A RIVER
A series of articles explores the contributions that Tzu Chi volunteers have made in Indonesia in spite of racial prejudice and misunderstanding.
LIFE NEXT TO THE RAILROAD
By the railroad tracks at the edge of the concrete jungle live people who must collect garbage for a living.
LONGING FOR THE AROMA OF RICE
Fifty thousand tons of rice from Taiwan benefit six million poor people in Indonesia.
MIRACLE OF LOVE
People who used to live by the fetid Angke River in Jakarta now have a brighter future in a new community.
NEW SCHOOLS IN A NEW COMMUNITY
The schools in the new Tzu Chi village in Indonesia will provide affordable and loving education for the poor.
UTMOST GRATITUDE, UNCEASING DILIGENCE
Master Cheng Yen reminds us that helping others is more blessed than being helped, even when "others" means other countries.
SWEET CHARITY ORGANIZATION
During the largest wildfires ever in California, Tzu Chi volunteers were at the front lines.
A NEW SPIRITUAL VISTA
A volunteer on a relief mission to the Dominican Republic finds how special it is to give Great Love.
MESOPOTAMIA AFTER THE WAR
Tzu Chi volunteers work with refugees in iraq and Jordan.
STILL THOUGHTS: THE CARTOON VERSION
Don't just think about doing good. Go do it!
WISDOM SAVES THE BIRDS
Careless actions and thoughts bring suffering.
EVENTS IN THE TZU CHI WORLD
Tzu Chi briefs from around the world.