Vol. 13  No. 4
Winter 2006
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[ CONTENTS ]

TWIN BEAUTY QUEENS
Two sisters from South Africa show the wisdom they have learned from the teachings of Master Cheng Yen.
TIBETAN ANTELOPES
These amazing animals find themselves endangered by poachers and gold miners.
DAI WU-KUANG
After almost 40 years, this artist is still reaching new heights.
EDUCATION FOR DANZHAI
A good education is the only way out of grinding poverty for thousands of young people.
OFFER THE POOR CHILDREN HOPE
Helping a poor child go to school is like giving him and his family new hope.
CHERISH EVERY MOMENT OF YOUR LIFE
Having survived leukemia, a former patient now counsels other patients.
A PURE STREAM IN THE DARK CONTINENT
Tzu Chi Zulu volunteers in South Africa are remarkable for their dedication and enthusiasm.
ON THE ROAD, YOU'RE NOT ALONE
A blind student wants to help others, just as she herself was once helped by the side of a road.
RESPECT LIFE AND ACTIVATE LOVE
Master Cheng Yen celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Tzu Chi mission of medicine.
JUST CALL ME "DADDY ZHANG"
The father of the superintendent of Yuli Tzu Chi Hospital proudly supports his son.
YI JING
He was one of the three great monks who traveled to India to collect Buddhist sutras for translation into Chinese.
BLESSINGS FROM A BROKEN WATER HEATER
It is a truly blessed person who can find blessings in a disaster.
STILL THOUGHTS: THE CARTOON VERSION
Worry is like a thief or a snake.
A SHINY NEW ROOF
With lots of help from others, Susie doesn't have to worry that her books will get soaked when it rains.
TZU CHI EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD
Tzu Chi briefs from around the world.